The new director brings a fresh framework to the university’s LGBT Center.
Councilmembers expressed support for state bills that would add sexual orientation and gender identity or expression to laws that make discrimination illegal in Ohio.
The event was not to mourn their deaths but celebrate the lives of the victims.
‘The Post’ news editors recap the 2019 General Election results.
The Supreme Court of the United States was presented with arguments regarding workplace discrimination against LGBTQ+ people.
The Meet and Greet is to bring awareness to and connect PRISM program.
The Athena Cinema will screen the sponsored event, “Paris is Burning,” on Tuesday.
The search for the new director will start in the fall.
The LGBT Center will move to a temporary space before a permanent one is found in the fall.
The university would be suspended from a minimum of 20 months or until deemed appropriate.
Seven queens will compete for the Miss Uncorked crown on Friday.
The center’s new office will have about 400 more square feet.
This month’s show will feature guests from Columbus and a special cocktail.
Jan Huebenthal will be the first assistant director of the center.
“Right now there is a lot of fear and what I don't see is the fear being addressed,” delfin bautista said. “It just seems like the fear is festering.”
delfin bautista submitted their grievances to OU President Duane Nellis after they were denied an appeal by Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion Gigi Secuban on Jan. 25.
The center is expected to reopen no later than Monday and is temporarily located in Baker 341.
About $6,300 in expenses were found to violate university policy.
The demonstration was in coordination with marches across the United States.