Em Maxey ~ Assistant Editor
High temperatures and humidity did not stop the festivities, University of Lynchburg faculty, students, and alumni showed their support for LGBTQ+ members in the community and on campus.
Lynchburg almuna Maya Patterson said, “I expected it to be a very welcoming and accepting environment where everyone could belong regardless of gender or sexuality. Hill City Pride definitely met those expectations.”
Trigg Anderson, a senior at the university said, “I think it’s cool that the university supports a community event that’s largely about people getting to be themselves and celebrating progress. I’m also glad it was so easy for me to attend.”(more…)