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Going away to college can put miles in between students and their families, add to that the gulf created by different political views and it’s easy to understand why some students aren’t looking forward to going back home for winter break. “I mean I understand that people need a break from school and everything but,… Read More
(delfin bautista, director of the LGBT Center, poses for a photo in their office in Baker 354) Cheers erupted throughout the country in celebration of the Supreme Court decision that legalized same-sex marriage across the nation on June 26, 2015. According to CNN, this ruling has made the United States the 21st country around the… Read More
Coming out doesn’t always mean sexuality. More and more people are becoming familiar with transgender identity, but gender is still something many are confused about. Some folks exist outside, or in between, of male and female meaning they identify as non-binary.
Peer Advocacy was once a program where students could be trained to become survivor advocates. These advocates would talk to survivors, take them to get medical care, help them find resources, and even help through the legal process if they wished. They were taught to love survivors, believe survivors, and support survivors. The removal of… Read More