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    • Madison Barber Oral History Interview 

      Barber, Madison (UW-Stout Archives and Area Research Center, 2020)
      Madison discusses what campus was like prior to the pandemic and shares her personal experiences as part of the LGBTQIA+ community at Stout.
    • August Galeazzi Oral History Interview 

      Galeazzi, August (UW-Stout Archives and Area Research Center, 2020)
      August talks about their Out@Stout experience and the impact open discussions can have in educating people about gender identity.
    • Nord Norgren Oral History Interview 

      Norgren, Nord (UW-Stout Archives and Area Research Center, 2021)
      Visiting from Sweden, Nord provides insight of the similarities and differences between his country and America. He also stresses the importance of understanding and accepting asexual and aromantic identities and how ...
    • Emily Hamilton Oral History Interview 

      Hamilton, Emily (UW-Stout Archives and Area Research Center, 2021)
      Emily shares her personal experience being a part of the LGBTQIA+ community at schools in the US and the UK.
    • Rickie-Ann Legleitner Oral History Interview with Katie Ferguson, et al. 

      Legleitner, Rickie-Ann (UW-Stout Archives and Area Research Center, 2021)
      Doctor Rickie-Ann Legleinter talks about the impact campus controversies have had her students and the importance of talking about tough subjects. Rickie-Ann shares her personal experience as someone out at Stout and on ...
    • Jo Henderson Oral History Interview 

      Henderson, Jo (UW-Stout Archives and Area Research Center, 2021)
      Jo shares her personal experience being Christian and gay and also talks about various campus controversies she has heard of and witnessed.
    • Jason Hovarter Oral History Interview 

      Hovarter, Jason (UW-Stout Archives and Area Research Center, 2021)
      Jason talks about the campus controversy surrounding a preacher and the Prevea Health transition. He also believes students should have a say in the way Stout addresses these issues.
    • M Hampton Oral History Interview 

      Hampton, M (UW-Stout Archives and Area Research Center, 2021)
      Hampton discusses campus controversies and the impact they have on LGBTQIA+ students. Hampton also expresses what they think Stout could do to help the LGBTQIA+ community when these types of incidents occur.
    • Jacob Reid Oral History Interview with Daniel Johnsen 

      Reid, Jacob (UW-Stout Archives and Area Research Center, 2021)
      Jacob discusses the fluidity of identity and the impact the LGBTQIA+ community has had on the growth and expansion of his own identity. Jacob also expresses his appreciation for learning the history of the queer community ...
    • Sergei Miller Oral History Interview 

      Miller, Sergei (UW-Stout Archives and Area Research Center, 2021)
      Sergei praises the LGBTQIA+ community on campus and highlights how accepting, accommodating and open the community is. Sergei also shares his personal experience and challenges he faced coming out in high school. He also ...
    • Layne Halvorsen Oral History Interview 

      Halvorsen, Layne (UW-Stout Archives and Area Research Center, 2021)
      Layne shares how they feel safe being a queer artist due to the support and respect they receive from their peers and professors. Layne also talks about the process they use when creating art and posters for the Qube.
    • Jacob Reid Oral History Interview with Katie Ferguson, et al. 

      Reid, Jacob (UW-Stout Archives and Area Research Center, 2021)
      Jacob talks about two recent controversies that happened on campus and how the events impacted the LGBTQIA+ community and him, personally. Jacob also discusses the importance of advocacy and activism and not losing hope ...
    • Lily McDonald Oral History Interview 

      McDonald, Lily (UW-Stout Archives and Area Research Center, 2021)
      For Lily, the art community provides a safe space to express herself. Lily also shares why she believes Stout is doing a good job supporting LGBTQIA+ students.
    • Calvin Anich Oral History Interview 

      Anich, Calvin (UW-Stout Archives and Area Research Center, 2021)
      Calvin discusses the support they have found in the LGBTQIA+ community at Stout and the impact discrimination and misgendering can have.
    • Alexis J. Bignell Oral History Interview 

      Bignell, Alexis J. (UW-Stout Archives and Area Research Center, 2021)
      Alexis shares her concerns regarding the campus healthcare provider switch to Prevea Health and the impact the switch will have on the LGBTQIA+ community. Alexis also discusses the misleading diversity initiative Stout has ...
    • Taylor Eslick Oral History Interview 

      Eslick, Taylor (UW-Stout Archives and Area Research Center, 2021)
      Taylor talks about coming out to friends and her siblings and the support she receives through those relationships. She also discusses the benefits of awareness training to the student body and how it could improve experiences ...
    • Jordan Miinch Oral History Interview 

      Miinch, Jordan (UW-Stout Archives and Area Research Center, 2021)
      Jordan discusses how art has given him the ability to hone in on his identity and how the art community at Stout has provided a safe space for him to do so. Jordan also discusses the struggles queer and minority artists ...
    • Rraine Muraski Oral History Interview 

      Muraski, Rraine (UW-Stout Archives and Area Research Center, 2021)
      Rraine praises the Out@Stout floor and the LGBTQIA+ community at Stout for helping them better understand who they are. Rraine also shares how college as given them the ability to to find themself in a way they were not ...
    • Alayna Shaw Oral History Interview 

      Shaw, Alayna (UW-Stout Archives and Area Research Center, 2021)
      Alayna talks about the safe spaces she has found within the LGBTQIA+ community and how the support of her friends and sister has made it easier to come out.
    • Rickie-Ann Legleitner Oral History Interview with Jason Hovarter 

      Legleitner, Rickie-Ann (UW-Stout Archives and Area Research Center, 2021)
      Doctor Rickie-Ann Legleinter shares her personal experience coming out in high school and the positive impact living in a community that embraces LGBTQIA+ had on her in her 20s. Rickie-Ann also discusses being open about ...