Topics :: GLBT friendly colleges
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Monday Sep 30, 2013
Campus Pride & Atlanta Pride partner to host fair during Atlanta Pride Festival on Sat, Oct. 12
By Conswella Bennett | Saturday Apr 27, 2013
Despite its reputation as a bastion for strong women, Smith College officials have rejected applications from transwomen -- a policy that many students and alumni protest.
By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Feb 27, 2013
Members of a frat from Emerson College have launched an online campaign in order to raise money for a transgender pledging member’s surgery.
By Ryan J. Foley | Thursday Dec 13, 2012
The University of Iowa has become the nation’s first public university to include optional questions about sexual orientation and gender identity on its application, a move hailed by advocates hoping to improve the college experience for LGBT youth.
By Jason St. Amand | Monday Jul 2, 2012
A judge ruled that officials from a Georgia college had the right to expel a counseling student because she expressed anti-gay views and wanted to practice conversion therapy on her clients.
By Robert Israel | Wednesday Nov 9, 2011
New Haven, the coastal Connecticut city made famous by being the home of Yale University, is emerging as a culinary and artistic destination.
Tuesday Aug 30, 2011
Oregon State University has been given top marks as one of the best campuses in the country for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) students. OSU is among 33 American colleges and universities to receive the highest ranking.
By Conswella Bennett | Thursday May 12, 2011
Student leaders from colleges around the country will be camping it up at Vanderbilt University in July as Campus Pride offers a program of fun and training sessions.
Wednesday Feb 23, 2011
The series begins on Monday, February 28th from 4-6:30PM with a panel discussion titled "Working Toward Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Equality." Speakers include: Dr. Norman P. Spack, Grace Sterling Stowell, Gunner Scott, and Emmy Howe.
By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Aug 18, 2010
A new group for LGBT academics has been announced by a meeting of out college presidents that convened in Chicago recently, sparking fresh rhetoric from anti-gay groups.
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