Editor's blog: Unrest at John Carroll University

Editor's blog: Unrest at John Carroll University

Some students at John Carroll University sat in during halftime at a men’s basketball game last week in protest of a recent administrative decision not to include protections for LGBT people in a nondiscrimination policy.

Out on the field

Out on the field

Not all of the members of Kent State’s women’s rugby team are gay. And they’re not the only ones coming out in support of open and proud student athletes. So why does the idea of LGBT students in the locker room still make so many uncomfortable?

Messages for and from Washington, D.C.

Messages for and from Washington, D.C.

When thousands took to the streets of Washington, D.C. in October, it became clear this generation isn’t going anywhere without a fight. Our retrospective look at the National Equality March.

Retraining the lens on diversity education

Retraining the lens on diversity education

As part of a corporate environment in which a debate persists over the relevancy and effectiveness of diversity training, Residence Services follows its own path in preparing resident assistants to be knowledgeable about uniquely LGBTQ issues.