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WGSS Celebrates International Women’s Day with Research Roundtable

WGSS Celebrates International Women’s Day with Research Roundtable

March 16, 2019

The department of Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies celebrated International Women’s Day by using research to open a dialogue where no gender was left out and no limited definition of woman went unquestioned. The event was held a research roundtable on Friday, March 8th in the South Lounge of the Lowenstein building.

Rainbow President Aims to Normalize Sex and Sexuality on Campus

Rainbow President Aims to Normalize Sex and Sexuality on Campus

February 13, 2019

Rainbow Alliance is more than a spot to "talk about gay stuff." For Jack Bugbee, it's a part of his identity as a gay man and LGBTQ activist.

The Word Between the Sheets: FCLC Sex Stats

The Word Between the Sheets: FCLC Sex Stats

February 12, 2019

Over the past month, The Observer conducted an anonymous survey about sexual activity and health among undergraduate students on campus.

‘Monologue Q’ Sets Stage for Empowerment

‘Monologue Q’ Sets Stage for Empowerment

February 12, 2019

"The Vagina Monologues" quickly turned into an award-winning play that inspired women’s empowerment. However, its lack of diversity prompted three Fordham students to start their own production.

‘Full of Grace’ Explores the Journey of LGBT Catholics

‘Full of Grace’ Explores the Journey of LGBT Catholics

November 20, 2014

By LOULOU CHYSSIDESStaff WriterPublished: November 19, 2014 Homosexuality has always been a sensitive topic within the Roman Catholic Church. On Nov. 24 in Fordham College at Lincoln C...

Professional Sports Organizations Must Take a Stand Against Homophobia

Professional Sports Organizations Must Take a Stand Against Homophobia

February 26, 2014

By STEFANIE COCOZZELLI Staff Writer Published: February 26, 2014 Homophobia is a problem that has been plaguing professional sports for years now, and many have wondered who would bre...

Does America Really Need Fatima? Fordham Event Dialogue Faces Discrimination

September 21, 2011

Not Everything in the Bible Should be Taken Literally in Our Modern Society By JOSEPHINE TROTT Contributing Writer Published: Sept. 21, 2011 My first impression upon hearing about the “Learning to Listen: Voices of Sexual Diversity and the Catholic Church” dialogue held on Sept. 16 at Fordham University was that the...