Pride against protest
By Lauren Spierings
A group of two men and one woman gathered on campus to protest their stances about sin and repentance in front of Centennial Hall. Appearing on Oct. 18, one man held up a sign with much of the text on it containing these messages. In response, students who opposed the message gathered around the three protestors.
A protestor appeared on the UW-Eau Claire campus carrying a sign with messages of how passerbys were committing sins.
A sign the counter-protestors made in response to the protestor on campus.
Emily Boehm kisses Devin Hyer behind the protestor.
The protestor appeared on the UW-Eau Claire campus on Friday, Oct. 18.
The protestor spoke at the crowd as a student in a SCP-049 costume held up a “Trans Rights” sign.
Counter-protestors surrounded the protestor.
The crowd gathered with their signs to protest against the protestors messages.