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2014-15 Campus Pride Lil’ Purple Backpack Student Leader Resource Guide Now Available – Order Free for Your Campus

2014-15 Campus Pride Lil’ Purple Backpack Student LeaderResource Guide Now Available Looking for the answers to all of your LGBT college organizing and leadership questions in one place? The Campus Pride 3rd Annual Lil’ Purple Backpack Student Resource Guide is just what you need. This Campus Pride Resource Guide is a 64+ page, full-color, pocket-sized resource guide […]

Campus Pride in Faith: Overcoming with Good

Written by Darren McDonald, Safety Net How would you respond if a hate note like this was posted on your door? Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good  (Romans 12:21) How do we respond when we encounter discrimination and violence?  How can we confront dehumanizing systems of oppression with our humanity […]

Google+ Hangout: Bisexuality Day 2014 – What Bi Looks Like on Campus

Campus Pride hosts Google+ Hangout LIVE on Tuesday, September 23 at 2pm EST  Join Campus Pride and bisexual students for a LIVE Google+ Hangout on Air September 23 at 2:00pm EST Topics: What Bi Looks Like on Campus Bi Visibility in the Media Fighting Bi Erasure Featuring Eliel Cruz, staff bisexuality writer for The Advocate Magazine […]

Transgender Student Vanessa González Admitted to Douglass Residential College

Vanessa González, Camp Pride 2013 Alumna and LGBTQ activist, admitted to all-women’s campus Douglass Residential College Updated September 17, 2014 This fall Vanessa González was admitted into Douglass Residential College, adding herself to the number of transgender students accepted to the college. Douglass College is a an all-women’s college that functions under Rutgers University. Vanessa was a student at […]

Campus Pride recognizes 7 Brave Campuses for LGBT Students in the South

Printed with permission from The Advocate Magazine The struggle for fair access and treatment for LGBT students is still that in many places — a struggle. And while organizing in the South offers a special set of challenges, Southern colleges and universities remain a vital part of the social, political, and cultural landscape. Since conviction […]