1. April 22, 2024

    Coordinator finds community in LGBTQ+ chorus

    Trisha Miller, student services coordinator at the Marsal Family School of Education, has been a member of the Out Loud Chorus for nearly 20 years.

  2. October 30, 2023

    It Happened at Michigan — Breaking barriers and making gay rights history

    U-M student Kathy Kozachenko, who campaigned in residence halls and student neighborhoods, made history in 1974 by becoming the country’s first openly gay elected official.

  3. October 25, 2023

    Spectrum Center launches introductory LGBTQIA2S+ web course

    Spectrum Center broadly launched a free, one-hour web course for the U-M community this fall to provide an overview of terms and topics related to gender, sexuality and marginalization.

  4. September 13, 2022

    U-M among Campus Pride’s ‘Best of the Best’ for LGBTQ+ community

    U-M has been named a “Best of the Best” university by Campus Pride for building an inclusive, welcoming and safe environment for LGBTQ+ students, faculty and staff.

  5. May 11, 2022

    Spectrum Center to mark 50th anniversary, Jim Toy’s legacy

    Campus and community members are invited to a series of events May 19-21 celebrating the Spectrum Center’s 50th anniversary and the life and legacy of its late co-founder, Jim Toy.

  6. January 4, 2022

    Remembering LGBTQ+ pioneer, Spectrum Center co-founder Jim Toy

    Spectrum Center co-founder and U-M alumnus Jim Toy died Jan. 1 at age 91, leaving a legacy for his work advancing LGBTQ+ rights in Ann Arbor, the state of Michigan and the nation.