Approaching Kresge Lower Street on May 19, one could hear music blasting and see colorful balloons all around. Normally a quiet area where students sit and read, Lower Street was packed with people celebrating and joining in the seventh annual PRIDE festivities. The day started in the Quarry Plaza, where people kicked off a march through campus. In the early afternoon, they arrived at Kresge, where they were joined by many others. The day revolved around celebrating the queer and allied community through a variety of activities and performances the event provided — as well as a space for the community to gather together.