Dartmouth Pride is an annual celebration of the LGTBQIA+ community on campus that takes place during the spring quarter.
Join us, as we celebrate PRIDE 2023 at Dartmouth!
April 7-9th, 2023
Dartmouth Sports Field
Join us for the PRIDE Games at Dartmouth, a three-day athletic event from 4/07 to 4/09 that aims to promote inclusion and celebrate diversity within the Dartmouth community. The event brings together students, faculty, staff, and alumni to participate in a variety of sports competitions, including tennis, lacrosse, baseball, and softball. Visit the OPAL table at all the games to pick up some Pride swag! Learn more at dartgo.org/qsa!
LGBTQIA+ Health Summit
Saturday, April 22nd
Join us for this off-campus, all day event!
From pridecentervt.org: "The Summit is a gathering to discuss healthcare for LGBTQ+ people and address health justice issues. The event will have various activities, such as sessions for healthcare providers, opportunities for community members to learn and share experiences, and social spaces. The goal is to improve access to quality and culturally-sensitive healthcare for underrepresented groups within the LGBTQ+ community, including those with multiple identities." Registration costs covered and transportation provided by OPAL.
Rainbow Room ReLaunch
Thursday, April 27th
Rainbow Room - Robinson Hall
An LGBTQIA+ affinity study space and lounge, the Rainbow Room (ROBO 105/107) is being relaunched! Celebrate this valuable space with us and learn about a new study spot!
We are also looking for art pieces to hang around to decorate the room. Take part in this space by submitting your artwork! You know where to find the submission form: dartgo.org/qsa
PRIDE Book Arts Workshop
Wednesday, May 3rd
Dartmouth Book Arts Workshop
Join us for an educational workshop on creating your own PRIDE poster and grabbing a pre-made zine at the Dartmouth Book Arts Workshop! Located in Baker Library, Rooms 21-25 (west entrance, lower level, around the corner from the Orozco murals)
TRANSFORM, Hosted by House of Lewan
Friday, May 5th
Join us for the annual Transform drag show, hosted by the House of Lewan! 15 student performers will take the stage with 3 New England queens, Rhedd Rhumm, Sasha Sriracha, and Grimm Noire, for a show you won't forget.
Limited seating available. Please bring a blanket, camp chair, snacks, ear plugs, or whatever might make you most comfortable on the hilly lawn for a late night show.
Dartmouth Pride Parade
Sunday, May 7th
Starts at Triangle House, ends at Mass Row
Join us for Dartmouth's first-ever PRIDE Parade packed with fun, celebration, food, merch, great community, and MORE! To register for the event or as a volunteer, go to dartgo.org/qsa
The parade will start at Triangle House, so get there before 1 pm to have time to make a poster or find your friends. Then we're headed to Mass Row for student speakers, performances, food, music, and community and campus tables until 4 pm. Come show off your pride!
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any access needs.
Critical Dialogue on LGBTQIA+ Experiences, Hosted by DCAL
Thursday, May 11th
Join DCAL, a dialogue about the experiences of LGBTQIA+ students as we celebrate Pride month at Dartmouth!
The Critical Dialogues series provides a venue for faculty and staff to hear the perspectives of students from marginalized identity groups at Dartmouth. These moderated panels give participants the chance to reflect on issues of privilege, equity, and inclusion at Dartmouth while centering student voices.
Lunch will be provided. This event is being held in person. If you are sick, please do not attend. If you cannot attend in person due to illness or disability, please email us at least 48 hours in advance at email@example.com to make alternate arrangements. While we cannot promise an equivalent remote experience, we are happy to accommodate.
This event is intended for a faculty and staff audience and registration is required. You can find more information and register here.
Wednesday, May 17th
Calling all seniors- join us in celebration of your accomplishments and time here! The celebration will be held at The Onion and food will be provided.
Register to attend by Friday, May 12th.
Collis Trivia - Pride Edition
Rosario Rosales (she/her) '25
Vincent Sun (he/him) '26
Elaine Xiao '25
Clara Schaefer '25
Angélique Bouthot, Program Coordinator in the Office of Pluralism and Leadership