“To any student who has been affected, especially first-years and transfers—we see you, we recognize you, and we honor your right to exist freely on this campus. You are not alone. There are hundreds of us at BC who have made a home here, found our chosen families, and are thriving. Those families are waiting for you with open arms.”
“The vandalized sign should stand as a reminder that issues of prejudice and LGBTQ rights have not been solved on this campus.”
“Making noise is feeding into that particular [aggressive] type of behavior,” Davidson explained. “Love begets love.”
Underscoring Tuesday’s campaign for an LGBTQ resource center was a history of tension, University pushback, according to student leaders.
The petitioners are urging alumni not to donate to the University until an LGBTQ resource center is established.