By Max Fillion | April 29, 2016
Though parade attendance was down relative to previous years, students said that inclusivity for the LGBTQ Community has improved.
By Bryan Mink | Oct. 20, 2015
The comments ironically prove the necessity of the LGBTQ Resource Center
By Allison Fitts | Oct. 18, 2015
The official MU Facebook account received negative criticism for posting the photo in the comments.
By Alyssa Bessasparis | Oct. 15, 2015
About 500 people participated in the event.
By Wendy Hayworth | April 7, 2015
Throughout the month, students are encouraged to share photos of themselves showing their pride with the hashtag #onwednesdayswewearpride or #wearpridewednesdays.
By Wendy Hayworth | April 5, 2015
"Drag is very celebratory of a character and a caricature in its performance whereas transgender is living your everyday life as you truly are," Struby Struble said.
By Elizabeth Loutfi | April 30, 2014
“Rather than hide or run away with our sexual orientation, we celebrate it,” said Richard Thompson, an open LGBT community member. “It’s not bad, it’s not wrong. It’s awesome.”
By Elizabeth Loutfi | April 9, 2014
Naomi Daugherty was the first spoken word performer at the show.
By Hanna Jacunski | April 26, 2013
Andrea Gibson performs slam poetry set for MU Pride Month
By Katie Pohlman | April 26, 2013
An estimated 300 participants showed their support Wednesday.
By Joyce Peng | April 5, 2013
The discussion was part of the ongoing Pride Month events.
By Ciera Velarde | April 25, 2012
The parade was sponsored by the MU LGBTQ Resource Center.
By Kate Grumke | April 27, 2011
Speaker E. Patrick Johnson has written three books.
By Mary Novokhovsky | April 13, 2010
The event allowed anyone to experience a typical prom.