Though parade attendance was down relative to previous years, students said that inclusivity for the LGBTQ Community has improved.
The comments ironically prove the necessity of the LGBTQ Resource Center
The official MU Facebook account received negative criticism for posting the photo in the comments.
About 500 people participated in the event.
“In those first couple of years, it was a gathering spot,” previous LGBTQ Resource Coordinator Nikole Potulsky said. “Now, it is a hub of activity. There are people that lobby at the state level from this place."
The event, which was hosted Sept. 3, is the first meet-and-greet of the semester to bring together MU students and faculty interested in LBGT rights.
Trans 101 identifies the definition of different gender identities.
The fling drew about 300 people, breaking previous records.
Students discussed what it means to be part of the LGBTQ community in Greek Life as part of Pride Month.
The event simulated the coming-out process for LGBTQ students