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Photo of the Week: Rainbow Rager

Check out this week’s photo of the week from staff photographer Matt Bernanke. This photo features the University of Miami’s first “Rainbow Rager” event, a massive glow-themed celebration for Campus Pride Month.

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A performer displays a light show at the Rainbow Rager event hosted by the University of Miami LGBTQ Student Center and Rainbow Roundtable April 13 at the Lakeside Patio. The month of April is Campus Pride Month and the event was hosted as a celebration. The party was put together by a collective of UM departments and undergraduate/graduate student organizations dedicated to addressing LGBT issues of inclusion, empowerment, visibility, education, advocacy, intergroup engagement, programming and outreach across various populations and interests. Matt Bernanke // Staff Photographer

April 21, 2017

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