School districts across the country have widely varying opinions and procedures regarding their students' sexual orientations
There has been no shortage of news regarding the way schools handle sexual orientation in the past year. Continuing in the movement forward, new rules and strategies have been implemented across the country to prevent bullying at schools, especially regarding matters of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender orientations.
Local drag queen Nikki Fenmore and drag kings, Windz and Miles Long, visit SU to discuss "The Art of Drag."
Her golden-blonde hair rests on the collar of her black sweater, and her soft side bangs brush the thin, silver frame of her glasses. She smiles. Her lips are full and painted a deep, dusty-rose shade of pink. She sits, hands folded together with a shiny gold band on each ring finger, waiting for the others to arrive.
SU students came together for the "Big Gay Dance" in the Schine Underground in support of National Coming Out Day.
More than 80 people from Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community and their straight allies took to the Schine Underground dance floor on Saturday night for the "Big Gay Dance."
The fifth annual dance is a place for people of all sexual orientations to express themselves in a safe environment, said Chris Wakefield, a 21-year-old Syracuse University senior who organized the event.