The Campus

Methodist-affiliated schools feel impacts of United Methodist Church decision against inclusion of LGBTQ community

Sara Holthouse, News Editor

March 7, 2019

Filed under News

After the United Methodist Church held its General Conference a week ago and decided against allowing members of the LGBTQ community to be included in certain church rites, Methodist affiliated schools and universities are left w...

When religious protection and personal liberty collide

Amy Currul, Contributing Writer

April 14, 2016

Filed under Opinion

On April 5, Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant signed a bill into law that claims to protect people’s right to religious freedom. Enforcement of the law will begin July 1. Functionally, the bill will turn out to be one of the...

North Carolina law makes a battleground of bathrooms

Amy Currul, Contributing Writer

April 7, 2016

Filed under Opinion

The city of Charlotte, North Carolina passed a nondiscrimination ordinance to protect LGBT people. Then on March 23 the state legislature scheduled a special session, their first in 35 years (according to radio station WUNC, an ...

Celebration of life and loss in transgender community

Chloe Kedziora, Junior Features Editor

November 19, 2015

Filed under Features

Transgender Day of Remembrance raises public awareness of hate crimes against transgender people. The actual day of the remembrance is Friday, Nov. 20, but Allegheny will be recognizing the day on Saturday, Nov. 21. Queers an...

The student news site of Allegheny College
LGBTQIA+