Tag: lgbt students

Bleeding purple

Ex-TCU football star Vincent Pryor to accept award for courageously coming out to teammates in 1994 ANNA WAUGH  |  Staff Writer Vincent Pryor will be in Austin on Wednesday, Feb. 29, to accept the Atticus Circle Award for his...

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SMU sends 18 to Midwest LGBT conference

Iowa State University is hosting the 2012 Midwest Bisexual, Lesbian, Gay Transgender Ally College Conference Feb. 10-12. One student from Texas Women’s University, 17 from Southern Methodist University’s LGBT group...

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Top 10: Suicides led to anti-bullying law

No. 4 In the fall of 2010, a number of high-profile suicides brought attention to the problem of bullying in schools. This year, the LGBT community worked to change laws and save lives. After helping to push through policies in...

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Top 10: Out & Equal summit drew 2,600

No. 10 The Out & Equal Workplace Summit held Oct. 22-25 at the Hilton Anatole Hotel broke records and had a bigger impact on the city than any other LGBT conference Dallas has hosted. More than 2,600 people registered for...

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Gay MBAs meet in Dallas

Corporations meet with LGBT MBA candidates to recruit, offer internships and present workshops on career development DAVID TAFFET  |  Staff Writer taffet@dallasvoice.com More than 75 corporations stepped forward to sponsor the...

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SMU named LGBT-unfriendly; Baylor off the list

SMU has been named the 12th most-LGBT-unfriendly campus in the country by the Princeton Review. In the previous two years it ranked 16th and 14th. Baylor had been on the list for the past several years but does appear this year....

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FAMILY LIFE: School daze

Experts offer advice on easing the stress for LGBT parents sending little ones off to school, and for LGBT students headed off to college TAMMYE NASH | Senior Editor nash@dallasvoice.com You can’t tell it by the temperatures...

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Burns to attend White House anti-bullying summit

President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama will host an anti-bullying conference at the White House on Thursday, March 10. City councilman Joel Burns will attend. Students, parents and teachers will discuss how to stop...

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