The Middlesex Diversity Symposium is an annual event that takes place over two days, beginning on a Friday evening and concluding with a Saturday morning program. The diversity symposium is one of only two required events during the academic year that is dedicated to issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion. It begins with a dinner for our Keynote speaker and flows into the keynote address. The design of the program is to have an evening lecture and then on Saturday move into an interactive, hands on program. Thus, having the community broken into small groups for a common experience in a workshop setting. This past year we focused on the intersection of gender, religion, and race with our keynote speaker, Ibtihaj Muhammad and her interviewer Bill Littlefield. The theme of gender was carried over to Saturday as a large team of researchers from Dartmouth College joined us to have the students engage in an FBI investigation that revolved around issues of gender.