Workshop educates students on gender identity

By Anastasia Landeros  “At what point did you choose to be a boy or a girl?” asked Drian Juarez to a packed room in E3 Friday at a workshop on gender identity. The ELAC Safe Zone Coalition, a group of faculty and staff dedicated to creating a safe campus for undocumented and LGBTQ identified students, hosted the workshop attended by students, faculty and staff. Attendees were given a sheet with…

November 9, 2016
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Colleges seek better ways to fit student needs

February 26, 2014

By Megan G. Razzetti   Applying for college can be a long and daunting task especially when there are invasive questions to be answered. When students apply for admission to college, the majority of the information that is asked is pretty basic. Some questions seem repetitive and annoying but its all to better fit the needs of the student applying. On top of that, schools are now considering asking for…

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Future of LGBTQ athletes looks bright

By Manny Miguel   Earlier this month 24-year-old University of Missouri football athlete Michael Sam made history by coming out publicly as being gay. He broke many barriers that no one would have thought would be broken, and he did it in a sport that is dominated by machismo. Sam made his historic announcement on ESPN’s Outside the Line with Chris Connelly. “I’m not afraid to tell the world of…

February 26, 2014
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