Daniel Roy, New Editor

This upcoming week on November 7th and November 14th from 12 P.M. – 1:45 P.M. The University’s Office of Diversity, Equity, and Community Engagement will be hosting conversations on the current status of inclusion available for members of the LGBTQ+ community and giving forward a chance for those to speak openly as to how we continue the progression of inclusivity on our campus. Students will be encouraged to speak openly about their experiences as a member of the LGBTQ+ population, students and faculty will also use this seminar to enact spread awareness of the importance of discrimination amongst the various genders and sexualities of the LGBTQ+ and bring solutions to how to solve these matters which haunt campuses all across America. Guides as to the set-up of each meeting were recently released via a UNOTES ad writing:

In order to focus on each subject with the most care and attention possible.

The University would appreciate your participation!

● Nov. 7 – LGBTQ+: Queer Sexualitiespage1image3966404848

● Nov. 14 – LGBTQ+: Trans and Gender-Diverse Identities.

This event will be hosted in the KF room in the Harrison library, the university asks you to click the following link here in order to sign up for this event.

For further questioning, please contact Christine Grant, [email protected] and Lisa Cote, [email protected]