BY LIBBY ASHTON
Last weekend, University Health Service’s peer sexual health education group, Sexperteam, presented its second annual three-day seminar called “Sexpertise: Conversations about relationships, sexual health, and sex.”
BY LINCOLN BOEHM
The Rip Torn story, currently buried on the third page of most national newspapers, may very well be the most underrated celebrity scandal of all time.
BY BRITTANY SMITH
One of the University’s own trailblazers, School of Music, Theatre & Dance senior Brandon Littlejohn, also recognizes that dialogue is crucial for achieving social change and has sought to put his ideals to action by changing the conversation surrounding sexual behavior on campus, which is often swept under the rug.
BY ROBERT SOAVE
Choosing to undergo gender reassignment surgery or seek therapy for gender-related issues takes a great deal of courage. The least the state can do is support such courage by granting transgender people some dignity and letting them change the sex on their licenses.
BY ALEX SCHIFF
Once again, we, the little guys, have been told that our power to affect change is only as large as our wallets.
BY PATRICK O'MAHEN
Right now, I’m looking for one senator.
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