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The ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives at the USC Libraries is believed to be the world's largest collection of LGBT artifacts, including personal items from photo albums and letters to diaries. While the LGBT rights movement has made recent strides, gay history is little known because it was kept out of the history books for so long, said Joseph Hawkins, director of the archive.
USC approves gender-neutral housing
USC has officially announced their decision to offer gender neutral housing for students both on and off campus, effective fall 2015. Last spring, a group of students joined forces with the Queer and Ally Student Assembly and Undergraduate Student Government to pass a resolution proposing this idea, which was later approved by the university in August 2015.