Clemson Pride 2022

Living Library
April 6th at 6:00PM – 7:30PM in the Cooper Library Brown Room (416)
The Pride Living Library is the Clemson adaption of the Human Library, a Danish event where people could “check out” other people to listen to the story of their lives. The overall purpose of the original event—and Clemson’s adaptation—is to challenge stereotypes, to help bring a more nuanced understanding to different social identity groups, and to allow space for people from a variety of backgrounds to share their stories.

Pride Prom
Friday, April 8th at 9:00PM-12:00AM at the Barnes Center
Come out to celebrate PRIDE at the Barnes Center on Friday, April 8 from 9PM to midnight! It’ll be an evening of food, music, photos, and fun! All Clemson students, faculty, and staff are invited. Please bring your Clemson ID, your LOVE, and wear whatever makes you proud! Masks are strongly recommended!

Clemson Drag Show brought to you by Tiger Live Entertainment
April 9th at 9:00PM in the Old Main Auditorium

Inclusive Bible Study: Keynote Speaker & Pastor Jim Dant
Brought to you by Clemson PRISM
April 10th at 4:00PM-6:00PM in the Samuel J. Cadden Chapel (with a ZOOM link below)
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Keynote Speaker and Pastor Jim Dant from First Baptist Church in Greenville, SC, has written a book titled "This I Know". He will be discussing his book which was written as a biblical defense for the LGBTQ+ community, advocating for inclusion and affirmation for LGBTQ+ individuals within Christianity. A limited number of books and refreshments will be given away at the event!

Sex Ed 101: Education on the Basics
April 11th at 12:00PM – 3:00PM at the Hendrix Meeting Rooms
Covering the basics on sex ed in an inclusive and holistic way. Medical professionals and sex educators to discuss anatomy, sexual health, consent, and so much more! Stations for more tailored discussion regarding specific subtopics.

Queer Trivia Night  
April 12th at 7:00PM – 8:00PM at Academic Success Center 313
Join us for a fun evening of Queer-related trivia! Topics will include history, music, film, and more! Prizes will be given to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners!

Sex Ed 301: Ask a Sexpert
April 13th at 7:00PM – 8:30PM at Academic Success Center 313
Discussion with inclusive sex-positive therapists. Mark your calendar, and keep an eye out for more information about location!

Mental Health, Queer Identities, and Radical Self Love: A Live Conversation and Musical Performance with Mary Lambert and Wyatt Paige Hermansen
April 14th at 7:00PM at the Brooks Performing Arts Center.
Brought to you by Women's Leadership Program
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Wyatt Paige Hermansen (they/them) and Mary Lambert (she/her) share songs and a live discussion of queer identities, mental health and how shame inhibits us from living full, joyful lives. Lambert is a Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter best known for her collaboration with Macklemore, "Same Love," as well as her own prolific career as a composer, poet and activist. Both Hermansen and Lambert are diagnosed bipolar and co-host a podcast, The Manic Episodes, in which they have long and often intense discussions about mental health, self-love, queer relationships, fat activism and sobriety.

Faculty/Staff Mixer
April 15th at 5:30PM – 8:30PM at Nick’s Tavern
Join faculty and staff for food, drinks, and conversation on Friday, April 15th from 5:30-8:30 PM at Nick's Tavern, 107 Sloan Street!!

LGBTQ+ Rock Climbing Night
April 15th at 5:00PM – 8:00PM at Fike Recreation’s Climbing Wall
You're invited to a special night of rock climbing and socializing hosted by Campus Outdoor Recreation and Education (CORE) . Climbing wall specialists will be on the floor to help climbers of all levels. Everyone is welcome!

Drag Story Hour
April 16th at 11:30AM in Cooper Library, 3rd Floor
Beginning with author and activist Michelle Tea in 2015, Drag Story Hour aims to “inspire a love of reading, while teaching deeper lessons on diversity, self-love, and an appreciation of others.” Gather your friends and family and join us for Clemson’s 2nd Annual Drag Story Hour on Saturday, April 16th at 11:30am which will be held on the third floor of Cooper Library!

Social Media
Please follow the Gantt Multicultural Center social media (@cuGantt) accounts on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to learn more about more upcoming events and other details for Pride 2021.

We invite campus partners to contact Kim Carter ( about possible sponsorship opportunities.

Accessibility Needs
For questions as well as accommodations needs or concerns, please contact Kim Carter at