FEATURE PHOTO: Pondering over pronouns

Sam+Hennegan+%28far+left%29%2C+a+sophomore+double+majoring+in+English+and+philosophy%2C+Alex+Mullin+%28left%29%2C+a+sophomore+majoring+in+mathematicians+education%2C+Liz+Wilson+%28right%29%2C+a+senior+majoring+in+2D+studio+art+and+Grase+Osborn+%28far+right%29%2C+a+senior+majoring+in+biological+sciences%2C+lead+a+Safety+Open+Discussion+during+Pride+on+Monday+evening+at+the+Martin+Luther+King+Jr.+Student+Union+in+the+Charleston%2FMattoon+room.+They+covered+topics+such+as+pronouns+and+resources+like+the+Center+for+Gender+and+Sexual+Diversity+and+Transformation+Station%2C+which+is+located+in+the+lower+level+of+Stevenson+Hall.
Back to Article
Back to Article

FEATURE PHOTO: Pondering over pronouns

Sam Hennegan (far left), a sophomore double majoring in English and philosophy, Alex Mullin (left), a sophomore majoring in mathematicians education, Liz Wilson (right), a senior majoring in 2D studio art and Grase Osborn (far right), a senior majoring in biological sciences, lead a Safety Open Discussion during Pride on Monday evening at the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union in the Charleston/Mattoon room. They covered topics such as pronouns and resources like the Center for Gender and Sexual Diversity and Transformation Station, which is located in the lower level of Stevenson Hall.

Sam Hennegan (far left), a sophomore double majoring in English and philosophy, Alex Mullin (left), a sophomore majoring in mathematicians education, Liz Wilson (right), a senior majoring in 2D studio art and Grase Osborn (far right), a senior majoring in biological sciences, lead a Safety Open Discussion during Pride on Monday evening at the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union in the Charleston/Mattoon room. They covered topics such as pronouns and resources like the Center for Gender and Sexual Diversity and Transformation Station, which is located in the lower level of Stevenson Hall.

Nayeli I. Vazquez

Sam Hennegan (far left), a sophomore double majoring in English and philosophy, Alex Mullin (left), a sophomore majoring in mathematicians education, Liz Wilson (right), a senior majoring in 2D studio art and Grase Osborn (far right), a senior majoring in biological sciences, lead a Safety Open Discussion during Pride on Monday evening at the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union in the Charleston/Mattoon room. They covered topics such as pronouns and resources like the Center for Gender and Sexual Diversity and Transformation Station, which is located in the lower level of Stevenson Hall.

Nayeli I. Vazquez

Nayeli I. Vazquez

Sam Hennegan (far left), a sophomore double majoring in English and philosophy, Alex Mullin (left), a sophomore majoring in mathematicians education, Liz Wilson (right), a senior majoring in 2D studio art and Grase Osborn (far right), a senior majoring in biological sciences, lead a Safety Open Discussion during Pride on Monday evening at the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union in the Charleston/Mattoon room. They covered topics such as pronouns and resources like the Center for Gender and Sexual Diversity and Transformation Station, which is located in the lower level of Stevenson Hall.

Nayeli I. Vazquez, Photographer

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






Sam Hennegan (far left), a sophomore double majoring in English and philosophy, Alex Mullin (left), a sophomore majoring in mathematicians education, Liz Wilson (right), a senior majoring in 2D studio art and Grase Osborn (far right), a senior majoring in biological sciences, lead a Safety Open Discussion during Pride on Monday evening at the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union in the Charleston/Mattoon room.

They covered topics such as pronouns and resources like the Center for Gender and Sexual Diversity and Transformation Station, which is located in the lower level of Stevenson Hall.