Diagnosis and community: an addendum

October 25, 2019 Thomas Maye 0

Last week, I came out from the spectrum in my op/ed article. When I was diagnosed in high school, material I’d read said my neurological condition – Nonverbal Learning Disorder (NLD) – is considered a […]

I’m coming out … from the spectrum

October 18, 2019 Thomas Maye 0

Last Friday marked the fifth National Coming Out Day since I decided to live as openly gay – a confusing, emotional, but ultimately worthwhile struggle. Instead of accomplishment, I felt a deep, twisting guilt in […]

Let stickers be our salvation

October 4, 2019 Thomas Maye 0

I did not consent to an 11 a.m. electric boogie session, but as the crowd hurtled toward me, I couldn’t avoid it. I walked up the hill, across the street, and toward the McCarthy Center. […]

SGA shines a light on campus safety concerns

October 4, 2019 Thomas Maye 0

By Thomas Maye Editorial Staff SGA discussed campus safety problems, disputes over retroactive pay for part-time faculty, and WiFi connectivity issues during its Oct. 1 meeting. During Open Forum, Outreach and Events Coordinator Danielle Shaw […]

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