Advice for new students
Life itself is a process of coming to terms with who you are.
Don’t back out. These people really care about you.
I would say to pop by the Intersection for maybe like a little five-minute visit and to talk with Brian, or really anybody there, but I would highly suggest Brian because he is super awesome and we all love him.
Sometimes I think a good first step is to look at our website, louisville.edu/lgbt, because it’s a real easy place to kind of see everything that’s happening and read the news and to see what events are coming up.
Well, my advice is to stop by the Intersection anytime.
Get out there and be you. And don’t be afraid to say hey or to go to that first meeting, because that’s where it all starts. It’s a lot of fun.
I’ve been through it. We’ve all been through it, and we know, and we’re still going through it.
The support comes out of that.
I would definitely say if you feel comfortable enough to go to a commonGround meeting, I would go to those meetings starting with the first one.
I would think the most important part is introducing yourself, and kind of getting out of your box, no matter how scared you are. Or how scary it is. You have to kind of put yourself out there a little bit and try to meet new people.
Talk to anyone who is in the Intersection, anyone.