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The Lavender Graduation ceremony recognized 19 LGBTQ students and allies. There were two keynote speakers, awards and participation from all five schools.
The number of Richmond students who changed their profile pictures to red equal signs represented the growing support for LBGTQ rights and equality on campus.
Senior Carmen Wicker says that Facebook and the internet have helped the fight for LGBTQ equality, but that entrenched attitudes mean the battle must continue.
Richmond students and faculty of the Q-community went to the Creating Change Conference in Atlanta last week and are now looking into being more inclusive.
A new campaign called “Striving to be an Ally” on the Richmond campus is striving to create a more welcoming atmosphere for the LGBQT community.
A Westhampton freshman tells why she supports the changes to Ring Dance, and gives us all a lesson in gender terminology.
The newly formed LGBTQ lounge will be hosting the also newly formed Queer Book Club starting this Wednesday. The club currently holds about 35 members.
LGBTQ held a bus tour of Richmond Saturday, the first time it held something like that. One organizer said it was an opportunity to make them more visible.