Cassidy Jensen


GU Pride Hosts Trans Day of Remembrance Celebration

On Nov. 19, GU Pride held a memorial service and dialogue in honor of Trans Day of Remembrance. During the memorial service in Red Square at 6 p.m., members of... Read more


Government Department offers non-traditional GOVX courses

This spring semester, the Government Department will introduce a new category of classes known as GOVX courses which will operate in a non-traditional format, using different schedules and methods of... Read more


Liebegott and Chatelain talk gender and LGBTQ identity in the media

On Oct. 20, the LGBTQ Resource Center hosted the event “The Tipping Point in Transgender Popular Culture,” a conversation about the challenges of representation for female and genderqueer writers in... Read more


Are You Ready program examines role of bystander intervention and support

The 13th annual Are You Ready program, which is aimed at addressing the issues survivors of sexual assault and their allies encounter, took place on Oct. 7 in Copley Formal... Read more


Hellman, Dujarric speak on global challenges to governance and aid

School of Foreign Service Dean Joel Hellman spoke Sept. 9 in Gaston Hall on issues of global governance and how to prepare students for solving global aid challenges. Dean Hellman’s... Read more


Pursuing a diversity requirement in the wake of ignorance

The Feb. 19 edition of this paper featured a racially insensitive cartoon called “Beating the Dead Horse,” depicting GUSA candidate Chris Wadibia, the only black man in the race, as a... Read more