Tagged LGBTQ

Crescendo Making A Change

Don Crescendo is a new name in the Charleston music world, but this artist is already releasing his third album November 11, 2017. The first album is entitled “Rough,” with songs like “F Me Up” and “Thunder.” The second album, “Raw,” includes songs like “Neon Heart” and “Sanctuary.” The third album is entitled “Ready,” and signals…

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Building Bridges at the College

This past Friday, the College’s Multicultural Student Programs and Services and the Office of Institutional Diversity teamed up with a growing non-profit organization called Save More Kids to host an event called Building Bridges at the Halsey Institute. Save More Kids just begun their partnership with the College of Charleston’s Office of Institutional Diversity. Upon…

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Trump rescinds transgender protections

On Feb. 22, President Donald Trump rescinded Obama administration guidelines to protect transgender people and allow them to use the bathroom matching their gender identity nationwide. Obama first enacted these protections in May 2016 after the explosive debate surrounding a North Carolina law forcing transgender students to comply with their birth assigned gender. The Obama…

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What’s your position? Spirituality and sexuality

Religion and sexuality– two topics that may not seem like they mesh very smoothly. However, at the College many religious organizations find ways to embrace those whose sexual differences may otherwise feel unwelcome. Every religious organization on campus, about 15, were contacted in hopes of talking to them about their stance on sexuality and same-sex…

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