Last week The Office of Multicultural Affairs held its Pinning Ceremony and Lavender Graduation to highlight the academic accomplishments of students of color as well as LGBTQ+ identified students and their allies. As part of the celebration, all graduates are honored with the Faces of OMA Pin and The O Honor Cord. Photos by Sally Asher.
Owen Parra, right, receives a pin from Assistant Vice President for Multicultural Life Carolyn Barber-Pierre, left.
Arquette Guidry, who works in the Department of Mathematics, gets an O pin.
Student Canela Lopez is honored with the 2019 Carolyn Barber-Pierre Trailblazer Award.
Lisa Currie, left, interim associate director of the Office of Gender and Sexual Diversity, congratulates student Asha Wafer.
Students Abi Mbaye and Anfernee Murray are part of the event sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs.
Scott Tims, assistant vice president in student affairs / campus health, receives the Ally of the Year Award from Carolyn Barber-Pierre.