‘Call Me By Your Name’ examines young love

One of the more controversial movies of this year’s Oscar picks is Luca Guadagnino’s “Call Me By Your Name.” Set in the Italian countryside in 1983, “Call Me By Your Name” tells the story of Elio, a Jewish, American-Italian 17-year-old (Timothée Chalamet) as he falls in love with his father’s … [Read more...]

PRIDE organization increasingly visible

Only in its second year as a reconstituted student organization, People Respecting Identity Diversity for Everyone, or PRIDE, continues to push forward the ideals of service and acceptance, with no sign of slowing down any time soon. “We’ve definitely made ourselves visible on campus, and now it’s … [Read more...]

Fair-weather advocates should learn the facts

Let's clear something up. Target is not allowing anyone to use any restroom they want. Target is not inviting men into women's restrooms. Target is not creating a safe haven for child predators, rapists, or any other scary threat conjured up by close-minded people harboring some deep anti-LGBT+ … [Read more...]

PRIDE to host a speed-friending event

Similar to speed-dating, People Respecting Identity Diversity for Everyone will host its first speed-friending event on March 3 in CSC Cheyenne at 4 p.m.This event is free and an opportunity for anyone who is looking to make new friends. Tables will be set up for people to sit across from each other … [Read more...]

#NoHateAtMSU

A picture posted of a Midwestern student on social media last week has drawn attention to the subject of discrimination on campus. The picture, originally posted on Yeti, features senior psychology major Marco Torres walking into the CSC. Text at the top of the picture reads, “See a Fag, Post a Fag … [Read more...]