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Upcoming Events

Babson Day of Silence

Meet new friends, learn something interesting, and celebrate the LGBTQ and Ally community at Babson! Here’s what we’re up to over the coming months. Wondering what we’ve been up to in the past? See our list of past events.

Campus Events

November 13: Living Positively: A Personal Discussion on Living with HIV

This interactive discussion with Matt Cotty (Assistant Director, Alumni & Friends Network) will start with a brief HIV 101 followedby a discussion on living with HIV in the 21st Century. Topics that will be discussed include: Testing, medication, PREP, and prevention. We will also talk abotu ways to get invoved as an advocate for HIV equality.

When: 12pm-1:30pm on Thursday, November 13

Where: Trim Faculty Dining Room

LGBTQ Safe Zone Training

Safe Zone Training for Faculty & Staff, Friday, October 24, 10 a.m.-noon
Safe Zone Training for Faculty & Staff, Friday, November 14, 2-4 p.m.
Safe Zone Training for Students, Thursday, November 20, 7-9 p.m.
Learn more at the Safe Zone page, or contact Kevin Araujo-Lipine for more information

Local and National Events

November 13-16: River See, by Sharon Bridgforth
River See is an intimate, jazz-inspired perfmance. This story takes place in the early 1900s and follows See, a queer Black woman who dreams of a journey far away. Come experience her family and community of queers and blues women as they ceremoniously send her off up the muddy Mississippi Delta to a Northern neighborhood like Roxbury or Dorchester.
Dates & Times: Nov 13, 7:30pm. Nov 14, 8pm. Nov 15, 8pm. Nov 16, 2pm.
Where: Pilgrim Church, 540 Columbia Rd. Dorchester, MA 02125
Cost: Sliding scale, $10+

April 2-12: 31st Boston LGBTQ Film Festival

Celebrate and enjoy the work created by Boston's LGBT media makers at the fourth oldest LGBT film festival in North America.


Annual Programs

Arber Mavraj ’14

“The LGBTQ Action Group provided funding for me to attend the Out For Work Conference where I learned how to fully be myself in a personal and professional context. I credit this wonderful experience with motivating me to come out to family and friends.”

— Arber Mavraj ’14

Matt Marazzo ’14

“Being a member of the LGBTQ community at Babson forced me to work harder to find my niche and define the person I wanted to become. The diverse community at Babson demands that you keep your mind open to new ideas, which is perhaps the most valuable effect of diversity.”

— Matt Marazzo ’14