LGBT Athletics Committee members are increasing inclusion in sports teams.
USC News Diversity – The Sequel: After postponing the vote two weeks ago, the Undergraduate Student Government finally approved the campus climate resolution. The resolution passed with an 11-1 vote, but not without some heated debate over a plethora of issues. The 411: The resolution is one step toward improving diversity on campus. LGBT Community: […]
Dan Schnur, director of the Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics, hosted the event.
What do Cal Tech, San Diego State University, University of Chicago, University of Pennsylvania and UC Riverside have in common that USC does not? All of these schools provide some form of gender-neutral housing, an important housing policy that more and more schools are beginning to adopt. Gender-neutral housing is not a new issue on […]
Scruff, a new social media app, was created by a USC alum. The app helps people in the gay community meet and date.
Instead of simply preaching acceptance, the Pope must change the Church’s practices.
Call Me Kuchu depicts a nation deeply at odds with itself concerning LGBT rights.
A 6-year-old girl born in a male body should be able to use girls’ restroom facilities.
UC Irvine professor presents his research on the effects of legalizing gay marriage.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed a law last week banning California parents from subjecting children with homosexual feelings to reparative therapy — or, as it is more colloquially known, “praying away the gay.” In response, critics have taken up arms against the ban, calling it an infringement on religious liberties. Despite the fundamental importance of religious […]