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Open Discussion on the Future of GLOW

Open Discussion on the Future of GLOW

From left to right: junior Daniel Thomas-Commins, freshman Evan Rosado and junior Ashley Lagrange discuss the implications of disbanning GLOW. Photo by Emily Midyette   For many Lawrence students, having an LGBTQ+ organization on campus is very important because it provides a safe space as well as a voice for the queer community. So when

Letter to the Editor: LGBTQ Faculty and Staff

To Gay, Lesbian Or Whatever (GLOW) and to all Trans, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Queer/Questioning, Intersex, Asexual and Ally (TLGBQIAA), genderqueer, and Gender Non-Conforming (GNC) students on campus,   We are your LGBTQ faculty and staff at Lawrence University, and we are impressed. We have known improvements have been needed for a long time; and while

GLOW presents list of demands to campus

On Tuesday, March 1, Gay Lesbian Or Whatever (GLOW) released a list of demands across campus, communicating their requests through a spate of posters, a reading in Kaplan’s Café, as well as through an emotional discussion with Lawrence staff and faculty. According to the organization’s Vice President-elect and sophomore Dan Thomas-Commins, GLOW members gathered in

BREAKING: GLOW releases list of demands, announces in campus center

BREAKING NEWS: The Gay, Lesbian Or Whatever (GLOW) student organization recently released a list of demands.  GLOW has called for greater accessibility to gender-neutral housing, bathrooms and locker rooms. In addition, the students are demanding safe space availability and training, appropriate use of pronouns, discontinuance of deadnaming, and greater facility to change names. Overall, the

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