The crowd filled the room and spilled into the hallway.
Safer assistant coordinator Cheri Love explains how Cal Poly meets the recommendations the federal government has suggested for public universities to help prevent sexual assault.
Pride Prom, on April 18, isn’t your average high school dance.
Finding a safe, private space to go to the restroom is only one of many issues transgender students at Cal Poly deal with.
As part of their ever-changing, flexible program, the Pride Center introduced the Queer Dialogue series on Jan. 14. The series, which serves as a safe environment for students to discuss difficult topics, arose from student request. The Cross Cultural Centers has hosted several variations of dialogue series in the past, some of which were more […]
With trends constantly changing, LGBT has become an outdated acronym, and it can be difficult to keep up-to-date on the terms used.
The Pride Center is working to break down stereotypes that are keeping the queer and greek communities apart, said psychology senior and Pride Center AmeriCorps VIP staff member Brittni Kiick. The Pride Center hosts Ally Training to help bridge the gap and educate Cal Poly’s campus about the queer community, Kiick said. Having more fraternities […]
Elizabeth Chamberlain remembers transferring to Cal Poly in 2008 not knowing how to come out to her roommates, or what she was supposed to say or do. Coming out is so much more complex than people think, and there are not a lot of resources available at Cal Poly to help with the process, architecture […]
Same Gender Hand Holding Day will be celebrated on campus today with a march beginning on Dexter Lawn. The event is supported by Cal Poly Student Life and Leadership and the Pride Center on campus. “It’s an opportunity for queer and supportive students to get visible on campus,” said aerospace engineering senior Jason Bertels, who […]
She’s a quick-witted fashionista, a daring comedian and a champion for gay rights. She’s the uncompromising Joan Rivers, and she’s on her way to Cal Poly. Rivers will bring her stand-up show to the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center (PAC) Jan. 28. The event is hosted by the Gay and Lesbian Alliance of the Central Coast. The […]