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OUTList Makes it to Johns Hopkins (Finally)

In 1994, an electrical engineering student at UCLA published the first OUTList, a two-page spread in the school’s daily newspaper that listed the names of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students, faculty, and staff. The idea caught on, and campuses around the country now publish OUTLists, generally coinciding with National Coming Out Day (October 11).

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