Muncie, Indiana-based Ball State University recently hosted Straight But Not Narrow's (SBNN) first college event.

Twenty-year-old actor Avan Jogia, who played Ben Stark on cabler Syfy's Battlestar Galactica spinoff Caprica and currently plays Beck Oliver on the Nickelodeon teen sitcom Victorious, launched SBNN in 2011 to fight homophobia.

In a video shot during the event, a touch football playoff, a student says she wanted to support SBNN because her gay friend is no different from herself.

“I feel strongly about SBNN because I have a friend from high school who is actually gay and I don't think of him any differently,” she said. “He's the same person as me or anybody else. And I love him for just who he is. And I think he's the greatest person I know. I think anybody in the LGBT community should be accepted for who they are because they're just like us.”

Another female student said participating in the event got her involved in SBNN.

“So I didn't know very much about Straight But Not Narrow before I got involved in [team] Cardinal Comm,” she said. “But they kind of opened my eyes to it and now I think it's a really great organization and I follow them on Facebook and Twitter and I always like to see what they're talking about and I watch all their PSAs.” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)