college News and Stories
“Our spirit is still a conservative, evangelical perspective on human sexuality.”
The financial aid package Seth Owen received didn’t reflect that his parents had withdrawn all support. The college came through after his story went viral.
Seth Owen thought his dream of attending Georgetown was over after his parents forced him into conversion therapy and eventually threw him out of the house.
In this week’s look back, we get super excited that DragCon is coming and celebrate the teacher who wore Pride pins while meeting Donald Trump
The University of Oregon chapter of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity was just suspended over internal documents depicting homophobic hazing
Two recent instances illustrate the problems with the collegiate Greek system when left to its own devices
21 students at SUNY Plattsburgh have been charged for allegedly participating in fraternity hazing rituals that involved paddling, urine and vomit
A professor at the State University of New York College at Geneseo asked students to pick out trans women from pictures in a quiz titled ‘Female or Shemale’
A professor who works 60 hours a week has turned to sex work to make ends meet, highlighting the financial plight of adjunct professors
A new study suggests that queer students who attend LGBTQ-friendly campuses are significantly less likely to be sexually assaulted