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Flying high for the first time at the Holmes Student Center, two Progress LGBTQ+ Pride Flags symbolize more than NIU’s celebration of diversity in all its forms. They are a visual reminder of continued work to ensure the retention and persistence of LGBTQ+ Huskies. Individuals are encouraged to take pictures with the flags—on display through...
On Monday, July 9, Ariel Owens joined the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center (GSRC) staff as the assistant director for Women and Gender Programs. A 2016 graduate of NIU, Owens is excited to take on the position. The assistant director is responsible for supporting educational events, campus education and student-lead programming related to topics impacting...
Now is the time to recognize those on campus who have gone the extra mile to enhance the lives of people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and/or queer spectrum (LGBTQ+). Campus officials are looking for nominations for the Eychaner Award. This honor, presented in two categories, recognizes contributions made by an NIU student and a...
The Gender and Sexuality Resource Center (GSRC) is organizing a campaign centered on providing free menstrual products, specifically pads and tampons, to NIU students, faculty and staff. The purpose of this campaign is to enhance awareness of the financial burden that purchasing menstrual products can cause individuals, especially college students. By making these menstruation products available...
Gender & Sexuality Resource Center will present a Research Roundtable on Friday, April 28, in the Glass Gallery of the Holmes Student Center from noon to 1 p.m.  Anita Maddali, director of Clinics and associate professor of Law will share her research on immigration law. Professor Maddali writes and speaks about the unique issues faced by immigrant...
Gender and Sexuality Resource Center (GSRC) will meet you “At the Table” with Reco Bates, NIU alumni and school counselor of Chicago Tech Academy, on Monday, April 24, in the Glass Gallery Lounge of the Holmes Student Center from noon to 1 p.m. Learn about meditation and its success for impacting behaviors, attitudes and how it can assist in...
The Gender & Sexuality Resource Center holds a monthly At The Table discussion in the Holmes Student Center Glass Gallery. The February topic will be service learning opportunities for spring break through Huskie Alternative Breaks. The event will be held at noon Monday, Feb. 20. If you need more information about the program, contact the GSRC at...
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