Sept. 12 letters to the editor

WVU’s efforts to include
LGBTQ students noted
PFLAG (Parents Friends Lesbian And Gay) Morgantown would like to extend its congratulations to West Virginia University’s LGBTQ+ Center and director for receiving national recognition for LGBTQ+ outreach and student engagement.
WVU was recognized for its commitment to helping provide a safe and inclusive campus for all. For three consecutive years, BestColleges in partnership with Campus Pride has named WVU one of the “Best Colleges for LGBTQ Students” for inclusive programming and outreach efforts in an educational environment.
Also, Chris Mayo, the center’s director was named the recipient of the regional 2019 LGBTQ Leadership Award from the National Diversity Council.

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