Posts and News with LGBT History Month Tag

LGBT History Month: Kay Ulanday Barrett

Tonight, Kay Ulanday Barrett will be on-campus as the keynote speaker for CSU’s on-campus LGBT Month celebrations, coordinated by the Pride Center. Door open at 5pm and Barrett speaks at 5:30pm in the Lory Student Center’s Ballroom A. Friday, Oct […]

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LGBT History Month: Allen Ginsberg

~by Michaela Hayes Allen Ginsberg changed the world. There is really no way around this one. Ginsberg was hugely influential in so many areas of American life it is nearly impossible to believe that he was a real person and not a […]

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LGBT History Month: Virginia Woolf

Virginia Woolf was born as Adeline Virginia Stephen in 1882. Like many other great authors, Woolf’s path to literary fame was not ordinary. Her parents were both intelligent and social within their community, resulting in ample connections and opportunities for […]

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LGBT History Month: Scott Heim

~by Michaela Hayes     Scott Heim has had a varied and somewhat quiet career. He was born in Hutchinson, Kansas in 1966 and later attended the University of Kansas in Lawrence to earn a B.A. in English and Art […]

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