The second week of November marked the beginning of Transgender Empowerment and Awareness Week, a series of events hosted to promote the visibility of transgender, non-binary and gender non-conforming people.
Louie is a documentary filmmaker and LGBT advocate.
There were nine award winners this year, including Mizzou Athletics.
President-elect Theo Tushaus aims to foster a sense of community.
MONA and the Safe Schools Act would strengthen current legislation by adding more LGBT-friendly statues.
The 2012-13 board was elected Wednesday night during a Triangle Coalition meeting.
Students give account of being transgender at MU.
The Hate Wall event encouraged students to tackle stereotypes they have experienced.
In their first meeting, planners decided on a logo for the campaign.
The new logo features colors of the LGBTQ flag and black triangle.
Students wrote down negative language associated with their identity on cardboard "bricks."
Turnout increased compared to meetings in the last academic year.
The event was open to the entire Columbia LGBTQ community.
A Christian group barred members of the gay and lesbian community.
The silence was broken by almost 70 participants at Speakers Circle.
The campaign has not yet reached the UM system Board of Curators.
The group is the first of its kind for faculty and staff members at MU.
The week's events are to celebrate LGBTQ History Month.