Tynishia Walker, one of the Spectrum Center's Educational Outreach Assistant Coordinators, reflects on the beginning of the academic year, looks ahead to upcoming events, and wishes our readers a happy and pleasant Fall.
Roger Fisher, Associate Director for the Program on Intergroup Relations here at the University of Michigan, writes about his story regarding the Civil Rights Movement, gives advice to current students engaged in social action, and discusses the importance of dialogue. He is our first feature in a series of alumni, faculty, and staff who will be wrting about the Civil Righs Movement to celebrate and honor the 50th Anniversary of the Movement.
Bess, a volunteer for the Spectrum Center, reflects on our first ever Volunteer Orientation with the Challenge Program, in which the morning consisted of general information about the Spectrum Center and an LGBTQ 101 training (words, terms, and general knoweldge), and in the afternoon we engaged in communication and team building activities.
Members of BiLateral, a student organization dedicated to building a community of those interested in discussing and encouraging understanding of bisexual issues, reflect on this year's Celebrate Bisexuality Day events and significance of the day.