GALLERY: Pride-a-Palooza

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The Pride Center hosted Pride-a-Palooza on Thursday night on the STEPS lawn to celebrate gender and sexual diversity in the Lehigh community.

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A frisbee descends from the air Thursday, April 13, 2017, at Pride-a-Palooza on the STEPS lawn. Through the event, the Pride Center intended to increase student, faculty, and staff engagement with diversity-related offices at Lehigh. (Roshan Giyanani/B&W Staff)

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  1. Robert Davenport on

    LGBTTQQPAGPBDSMNC2SAP! I suppose more initials will be coming later. We are all a minority of one, and each one deserves respect.

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