‘Pride Week’ Cultivates Respectful Campus Environment

Members of the planning committee paint The Rock in advance of Pride Week activities. From left are Lloyd A. Shope, Catherine E. Gamez, Kyle T. Pechtold, Michael D. Penwell and Trevor I. Brandt.

The third annual Pride Week, embracing diversity and exploring the challenges faced by Penn College’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students, is being marked through Friday. Discussions, a documentary, entertainment and faculty/staff development will take place across campus, uniting the community and fostering an atmosphere of equality for all. Pride Week Committee members are, from PC Alliance, students Samantha R. Labate, Kyle T. Pechtold and Lloyd A. Shope; employees Trevor I. Brandt, admissions representative; Amie K. Fox, assistant director of residence life, residence education; Catherine E. Gamez, residence hall coordinator, Rose Street Commons; and Michael D. Penwell, residence life coordinator, upperclassmen area; and Bridget Callahan from Widener University’s Center for Human Sexuality Studies, interning with College Health Services. A schedule of activities follows: Pride Week
Photo by Katie L. Mackey, director of campus and community engagement

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