Christopher Armstrong papers: 2008-2015
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University of Michigan Activities 2008-2011 [series]

The University of Michigan Activities series (0.6 linear feet, 38.2 MB) includes a seven volume compilation of news articles on Chris complied by his mother, Cynthia, MForward election material from Chris' presidential campaign, letters from students and U-M administration in support of Chris, recordings announcing a scholarship named in Chris' honor to aid people who have experienced cyberbullying, and program and event materials.

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"Chris Armstrong: A Narrative of his Experiences at the University of Michigan" 2008-2011 (7 folders)
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Chris Armstrong Scholarship announcement video undated [view items]
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Chris Armstrong Scholarship Fund 2011
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Chris Armstrong Scholarship MSNBC interview undated [BHL Reading Room Access Only] [view items]
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Correspondence 2010
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Department of Sociology undergraduate honor symposium program April 29, 2011
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"Expect Respect" campaign Fall 2010
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Gender neutral housing proposal 2009
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Involvement on the Margins: An Analysis of Student Involvement and Identity at the University of Michigan circa 2011

(Student senior thesis.)

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Lavender graduation program April 28, 2011
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Letters in support of Chris October-November 2010
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MForward press kit and election materials Spring 2010
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Michigan leadership awards, "outstanding new member" April 3, 2008
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Michigan Student Assembly (MSA) meeting materials March-December 2010

(Includes congratulatory letter from Vice President for Student Affairs.)

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Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender Ally College Conference program 2011
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Spectrum Center 40th anniversary celebration November-December 2011
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Valor, Grace, Dignity: Honoring the Armstrong legacy at the University of Michigan circa 2011