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Collection Scope and Content Note


Files on the establishment of the Resource Office in 1994-1995; annual and monthly reports; files on fall retreats; files on the production of a newsletter; files on specific events, subgroups, and activities, including Dialogue, a group on religion (1995-1997), sexuality conferences (1995-1997), posters and event planning documents; files on Resource Center history and specific issues, including an overall program review in the spring of 1997, the name change in 1998, a file on hate mail and acts of homophobia (1994-1999), and a file on controversy over the teaching of a particular class by Prof. Ellis Hanson in 1997 or 1998.

Also, files on other LBGT-related Cornell organizations and offices: the establishment of Haven, a program in the Dean of Students Office to serve the counseling and social support needs of Cornell LBGT students and those questioning their sexuality, 1995-2006; files from CUGALA, Cornell University Gay and Lesbian Alumni Association, and an alumni survey, 1995-1998. And some files on relevant past events, including Tompkins County Local Law 6 in 1991, the issue of a GLB Living-Learning Unit at Cornell in 1994, and a Cornell Town Meeting on LGBT Issues in 1996.

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