Tag Archives: gender

On a Scale from One to Trump, How Scared are You?

Halloween is just around the corner, but one of the scariest things happening lately is Donald Trump campaigning for president. Brad Mapes-Martins, political science professor at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, said that, though there is much controversy over how he would rule as president, Trump is technically qualified to become president. “The qualifications outlined in Article II, Section 1 ... Read More »

Distinguished Speaker Challenges Gender Perception on Campus

Most people have a cut and dry viewpoint on what gender means to them, but writer and activist Julia Serano believes there’s a lot more to gender than meets the eye. Serano recently gave a lecture on campus revolving around perception and gender entitlement called “I’ll See It When I Believe It” which tackled hard hitting topics regarding gender entitlement. ... Read More »

New Transgender Support Group Hits Campus

Diversity and College Access is taking a step towards making everyone feel safe and accepted by implementing a transgender support group for both students and community members between the ages of 18-30. “The intent right now is to give people a place to safely talk and connect with each other,” said Justin Lechleiter, Gender and Sexuality Outreach Services coordinator. “People ... Read More »