CMU to celebrate Pride Month with Dogs and Donuts event

Golden retiever Viper gets pet by Port Huron freshman Jaiden Delong (left) and Muskegon freshman Brady Whalen, Friday Feb. 11, in the Bovee University Center.

Central Michigan University's Office of LGBTQ Services and Gender Equity Programs is hosting a "Dogs and Donuts" event to celebrate Pride Month.

The event will be from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on April 27. at the Center for Student Inclusion and Diversity in the Bovee University Center. There will be free donuts and the chance to interact with therapy dogs.

Students and community members are invited to join and pet therapy dogs, who will be available to provide stress relief and comfort. In addition to the dogs, visitors can enjoy free donuts and pick up pride-themed pins to show their support for the LGBTQ community.

The event is just one of many events planned for Pride Month at CMU. The university's commitment to promoting inclusion and equity is reflected in events like these, which are meant to provide an environment for all members of the community.