Last year, the Princeton Review's annual survey of American colleges ranked the University of Notre Dame as the most unfriendly to homosexuals. On many campuses, eyebrows wouldn't be raised by a gay film series featuring titles such as "Jim in Bold," which kicks off the series Wednesday. During freshman orientation at state schools and secular colleges, it is commonplace to see the information booth of a gay-and-lesbian group. But that is not the case at universities affiliated with a religious denomination that considers homosexuality sinful. Yet even at some such schools, things are changing quickly, given society's increasing acceptance of alternative lifestyles.
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