Tag: Glbt

04.29.2011

 

Mysterious Me: A Gender Bender Masquerade Ball

by Evan Williams

The allure and mystery of the masquerade ball has always made for great fantasy. The face hidden behind each mask gives the illusion of danger, mystique and intrigue. It’s the perfect theme for a party, where...

02.04.2011

 

Infinite Circles: RIT's Transgender Community

by Michelle Spoto

We live in a world defined by gender. From the cradle to the grave, gender plays a crucial role in shaping our life experiences and how we perceive ourselves. Although it may be difficult to define what...

01.14.2011

 

Dance All Night: AIDS Benefit Dance-A-Thon

by Emily Bogle

The AIDS Benefit Dance-A-Thon started like most school dances. Music remixes blared and colored lights flashed on a dance floor filled with balloons. Around 50 participants stood around in a semi-circle,...

11.12.2010

 

A Safe Place: The GLBT Center

by Emily Bogle

"This is what an ally looks like." Nadine Hylton’s purple t-shirt summed her role as the graduate assistant at RIT’s GLBT Center. It also summed her role as an ally and friend of the larger gay,...

Minority Report

 

The Fight for Rights: How Far We've Come

by Emily Bogle

Since 1994, the United States has been celebrating October as LGBT History Month. The month was chosen because National Coming Out Day, a major day already established in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and...

10.09.2009

 
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Infographic: Same-Sex Marriage in the U.S.

compiled by Andy Rees, info graphic by Kelvin Patterson Click to enlarge. According to the Government Accountability Office, married couples receive 1,138...

 
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Big Gay Wedding

by Chris Zubak-Skees

It was big. It was gay. But, the marriage was not legally recognized, and that is what organizers say they want to change. On October 2, despite a steady downpour, a large crowd of students and activists...

4.24.2009

 
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Gallery: Faces of GLBT

by K. Nicole Murtagh

Portraits of the GLBT community at RIT. Portraits of the GLBT community at RIT.

04.24.2009

 

Word on the Street

by Robert Carr

“As long as they love each other, I don’t think it should be an issue.” Shawn GaskillFirst year Engineering “I’m not really a religious person, but I think we deserve the...

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