FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Northridge — The Pride Center of the University Student Union (USU) invites all QTPOC students to participate in the fun and informative scavenger hunt, Around the Block with QTPOC. On Tuesday, March 29, from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Plaza del Sol, Matadors can learn more about CSUN’s cultural organizations and the resources they have to offer!
“The Pride Center wants to empower queer and trans people of color to build solidarity with the many communities of color at CSUN,” said Interim Pride Center Supervisor, Jay Hitomi. “This scavenger hunt is an engaging way to get to know the CSUN campus, connect with other students, and be aware of the many ways the university can provide support.”
Students will be grouped into COVID-concious teams and given passport books with riddles that lead them on a scavenger hunt to different campus resources and cultural houses throughout CSUN campus. Through these team-building puzzles, students will gain valuable information about the cultural organizations at CSUN. Once teams have completed all the riddles and visited each location to get their passport stamped, participants will receive prizes from local QTPOC businesses around the San Fernando Valley and even have the chance to express their creativity at a live open mic event. This event is a great opportunity to foster new and meaningful friendships with activities that create unforgettable memories.
The Pride Center is excited to help queer and trans students of color build their sense of belonging to CSUN through community connection at Around the Block with QTPOC! For more information on the event, please visit csun.edu/pride.