The university’s band played songs by Lady Gaga, Diana Ross, Cyndi Lauper and Sister Sledge, among others, as they marched into hearts and word formations.Read the full story from People Magazine
Gay pop anthems and football came together last Saturday at Michigan Stadium. Now that’s a winning combination.
Michigan’s marching band performed an LGBTQ-themed halftime show Sept. 25 in The Big House for its game against Rutgers (the Wolverines won, 20-13). The show honored the 50th anniversary of the Spectrum Center, the first LGBTQ space to be formed on a college campus.
Public Relations guru, Howard Bragman, has created a million-dollar “coming out” fund to open support centers on all three University of Michigan campuses.
Howard Bragman said he hopes his gift inspires other alumni to give, but also hopes to raise awareness of what the Spectrum Center is.
During the Homecoming game against Rutgers this past weekend on Sept. 25, 2021, the University of Michigan Marching Band performed a fully LBGTQ+-themed halftime show that honored the 50th anniversary of the Spectrum Center.Read the full story from the LA Blade