Saturday, October 14, 2006


Sweet karmic justice.

Gay students find a home
LGBT Center opens in Frist with speeches by Tilghman, students

For more than 30 years, students have worked with faculty and administrators for recognition of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender concerns on campus, seeing only gradual improvement.

Decades of frustration gave way to celebration yesterday with the grand opening of the LGBT Center in Frist Campus Center, marked by speeches by President Tilghman and Executive Vice President Mark Burstein.

"It was important practically and symbolically that we provide a place that would allow LGBT students to flourish," Tilghman said in an interview.

from The Daily Princetonian
via the hilarious IvyGate blog

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