Pride in big ways
The response to last spring's theft of an LGBT art exhibit from the walls of the Bryant Center "has demonstrated that [Bryant] has been, and will continue to be, making strides so that everyone on campus feels welcome," according to an article in The Rainbow Times.
"With a campus Pride Center, various groups and activities for students, alumni, faculty and staff, and newly implemented gender-neutral housing, this small campus has shown that they will not let one incident define their school," the article reports.
In addition, Sara Elder, president of Bryant Pride and student coordinator for the Pride Center, noted the creation of Bryant's "It Gets Better" video and the “Bryant is Fearless” exhibition, a series of photographs featuring members of the LGBT community posing alongside student, faculty and staff allies.
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