LGBTQ+ Issues

Read: Bucknell LGBTQ+ Students Now Have Their Own Housing

Bucknell LGBTQ+ Students Now Have Their Own Housing

A former fraternity house has been renovated and provided as housing for LGBTQ+ students at Bucknell University.

Read: 1 Arrested, 1 Injured During LGBTQ and Race Equity Debate at School Board Meeting

1 Arrested, 1 Injured During LGBTQ and Race Equity Debate at School Board Meeting

Some parents of students at Loudoun County Public Schools are fired up about school board’s proposed policy on the treatment of transgender students and how schools should teach about race.

Read: Law Banning Transition Care of Transgender Children Has Families Leaving Arkansas

Law Banning Transition Care of Transgender Children Has Families Leaving Arkansas

With the GOP bill set to become law this summer, Arkansas families plan to move to other states.

Read: How Campus Cops Can Become Allies of the LGBTQ+ Community

How Campus Cops Can Become Allies of the LGBTQ+ Community

The Washington University in St. Louis Police Department has embraced Safe Zone training to better support LGBTQ+ students, staff, administrators and faculty.

Read: Department of Education Launches Comprehensive Title IX Review

Department of Education Launches Comprehensive Title IX Review

OCR outlined plans to solicit the public’s input on Title IX regulations, ultimately leading to possible revisions through a notice of proposed rulemaking.

Read: UC Riverside Campus Safety Task Force Releases Police Reform Recommendations

UC Riverside Campus Safety Task Force Releases Police Reform Recommendations

After the task force’s findings were released, Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox announced an immediate hiring freeze on all UCPD officers.

Read: Report: Racially Motivated Extremists Pose Most Deadly Domestic Threat

Report: Racially Motivated Extremists Pose Most Deadly Domestic Threat

New reports also found a significant increase in white supremacist propaganda and anti-Asian hate crimes in 2020.

Read: Keene State to Hire Title IX Expert After Claims of Excessive Force, Biases During Student Arrests

Keene State to Hire Title IX Expert After Claims of Excessive Force, Biases During Student Arrests

The students claim arresting officers used excessive force and that a resident director refused to let one of them, who is non-binary, use the women’s bathroom.

Read: Spotlight on Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Mark Glenn

Spotlight on Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Mark Glenn

Check out some of this Director of the Year finalist’s top accomplishments, as well as a photo gallery of him and his department.

Read: Campus Safety Announces the 2021 Director of the Year Finalists

Campus Safety Announces the 2021 Director of the Year Finalists

Congratulations to the 17 campus protection professionals from around the nation who’ve been named finalists in this year’s Director of the Year awards program!

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