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PRIDE Center hosts queer picnic on Library Quad to celebrate Pride Week

Marvin Davis April 8, 2016

On April 7 at 12 p.m. on the Library Quad, the PRIDE Center held a picnic open to all in celebration of Pride Week and LGBT students. The PRIDE Center, the Student Health Center and the Lavender...

Why we are lucky to have President Nelsen

President Robert Nelson raises his pinky as he calls out stingers up during his first Fall Address in the University Union ballroom on Thursday, August 27, 2015.
Brittney Christ September 8, 2015

If you have not heard, we have a new president: President Robert Nelsen.On August 27, 2015, Nelsen made his first Fall Address to Sacramento State in the University Union Ballroom. He covered topics such...

Moving away from outdated prejudice and toward acceptance

Kaitlin Sansenbach November 19, 2013

Sexual encounters of the 60s versus those of today’s society have completely evolved in a positive way within the gay community. Though there are still prejudices against same sex relationships, people...

Exploring sexuality in college is accepted and encouraged

Kaitlin Sansenbach October 29, 2013

The most common venue to seek out potential sexual flames is a college atmosphere, often paired with alcoholic beverages and a lowered moral compass. Sexuality is a natural part of development that is...

Progressive fraternity establishes itself at Sac State

Progressive fraternity establishes itself at Sac State
Kaitlin Sansenbach April 30, 2013

Unity, progression and brotherhood are the foundation of the Delta Lambda Phi Social Fraternity on campus; an all-male fraternity for gay, bisexual and progressive men. The 11 members of the Delta Lambda...

As Prop. 8 resurfaces nationally, pride week ignites on Sac State’s campus

As Prop. 8 resurfaces nationally, pride week ignites on Sac State's campus
Isabel Ward April 9, 2013

Proposition 8 made its way back into the national conversation just in time for Pride Week, which started Monday.  The debate has reached a pinnacle as the case finally made it to Supreme Court.   Passed...

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