DLP Collaborates with MSU for Pride Week Festivities
April 16, 2012
The members of the Michigan State University Colony are making their presence known while helping to organize the university’s annual Pride Week.
On Friday, MSU students will show their colors at the Pride Parade during Pride Week, the largest campus celebration of the lesbian, bisexual, gay and transgender community of the year.
“It’s a chance … to show we’re a unique community, but also to show that everyone is unique, and in that uniqueness, we are all the same,” said Travis Lunsford, vice chair-elect of The Alliance of Queer and Ally Students.
The week of events are a large collaborative effort between residence hall LBGT groups PRIDE, PRISM, RING, Spectrum and LIGHT, student groups Intersection, TransAction, Delta Lambda Phi, Gay Christian Fellowship and The Alliance of Queer and Ally Students, with support from Canterbury MSU and the LBGT Resource Center.
The full story’s at The State News.