CMU Celebrates LGBTQ+ Pride
By Julie Mattera
Carnegie Mellon University students, staff, faculty and alumni showed their support for the LGBTQ+ community on Sunday, June 10, in the People's Pride March 2k18 and the EQT Equality March in Pittsburgh. Dozens from the CMU community and Allies Grad marched together in the parades, which traveled through uptown and downtown Pittsburgh. Allies Grad formed five years ago to help provide a sense of community for LGBTQ+ graduate students, foster professional networking and leadership development opportunities, and raise awareness of LGBTQ+ issues on campus.
CMU students, staff, faculty and alumni showed their support for the LGBTQ+ community on Sunday, June 10.
CMU staff member Douglas McIntyre marched in the Equality Parade with the Renaissance City Choir and was featured in the Piper.