Tagged - LGBTQ

NFL falls short of inclusion

Former Dallas Cowboys linebacker Jeff Rohrer, who played in the league in the 1980s, became the first former NFL player to openly enter into a gay marriage in mid November.

Pride network remembers transgender victims

For many event-goers, it was difficult not to imagine their own name tacked on to the already too-long list of victims.

Second queer ball allows free expression

For many, UR’s Queer Ball was a first chance to go to a dance as themselves.

Colleen Raimond: UR’s resource for all things LGBTQ+

Directing people in need to useful resources is a crucial aspect of Raimond’s role, one that has become important at a time when the social and legal landscape surrounding LGBTQ issues has become uncertain.

ResLife allows mixed-gender housing requests

The change is a broad expansion of the former Residential Life policy that gave transgender students the opportunity to receive alternate housing based on their gender identity.

Poetry slam tackles race, gender, and class

The (X) Agenda tackled the intersections of race, gender, and class.

SafeZone training sparks dialogue

The monthly training sessions were designed to spark dialogue and increase understanding of the issues facing the LGBT community.

Diversity survey results reveal splits among UR community

The survey measured the inclusiveness of the University’s academic environment across eight factors—trust, appreciation of individual attributes, sense of belonging, access to opportunity, equitable reward and recognition, cultural competence, respect, and common purpose.

Grassroots includes all in clothing exchange

Dozens of students rifled through piles of clothing sorted by size, not gender, last Friday at the first on-campus Queer and Trans Clothing Exchange.