La Salle Names First Female President

La Salle University today announced that Colleen M. Hanycz will be the university’s next president — the first woman and first lay leader of the […]


Rutgers Offering a Course on Beyonce

According to CBS, Rutgers’ University‘s Department of Women’s and Gender Studies is offering a course called “Politicizing Beyoncé.” Here’s a little more info before you drop […]

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New Website Launches for Trans College Students

National Center for Transgender Equality launched TONI, a website for transgender college and university students.

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UPenn’s New Incentive for Same-Sex Couples

Beginning July 1, the University of Pennsylvania will provide a tax offset program for same-sex couples who work for the university. The program offers as […]

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HIV Trials at UPenn

The University of Pennsylvania is conducting clinical trials about HIV prevention in the next few months – and they’re looking for a few eligible participants […]

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Get Ready for UPenn’s Pride Games

Being out in the sports world still poses some challenges. But this weekend (March 25) the LGBT community’s athletic talents are being celebrated during the […]

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Harvard Rallies for Gay Students

The Secret Court is legendary at Harvard University when in 1920 a tribunal of administrators joined to investigate charges of alleged homosexual activity among its […]

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The Hottest Co-Eds

There really is a poll for everything these days. And the latest tells us where the hottest co-eds are at colleges and universities around the country. […]


Kitchen Opens Feb. 1

Kitchen is a new restaurant/catering service located in West Philadelphia, that aims to open on February 1st. It’s pick-up and delivery only, meaning there’s no […]


MidAtlantic Misses

Craig LaBan only wishes he could like MidAtlantic the restaurant as much as he likes MidAtlantic the concept. But too many gaffes leave that as […]