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Celebrating LGBTQ Pioneers During Black History Month

Each year, multicultural centers and universities alike will honor the work of several Black pioneers through events and special programs.


Going Beyond "I Have a Dream" In Higher Education

The month of January signifies an important time to reflect for most people, especially those who do work around multicultural and social justice issues.


What's The Cost of Holiday Cheer?

The holidays can often be extremely stressful, especially for students and staff who may not have the residual income to participate in expensive gift-giving.


Six Tips to Rock Your Conference Presentation

There is no better feeling than getting an email stating that the proposal you worked so hard on for a conference has been accepted.


Four Ways To Support Student Self-Esteem During Break

Each year, many students go home for break with the worry that someone in their family might say something about their weight.


Addressing Burnout in POC Higher Ed Professionals

Burnout. It’s a buzzword heard often in the higher ed field that addresses the dimming passion that one might be having for their work in the field.

Your First Year Working in Residential Life 

It’s one of the most sought-after roles in student affairs: Residential Education Coordinator.


How Colleges Can Fight Stigma on World Aids Day 

Every year on December 1st, college campuses and the local community come together to celebrate and honor the fight against HIV.


Shifting Allyship to Activism on Your Campus 

For some, being an ally can be difficult. Some worry that by supporting or participating in different forms of activism they are making a political stance against the institution, and that they may be punished.


Honoring National Coming Out Day on Campus 

Each year, universities across the United States celebrate National Coming Out Day, a day where the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) individuals are recognized.


A Guide to College Mental Health for LGBTQ Students 

Beginning your first year of college can inspire several emotions. From the first day of classes to finding your place in a sea of new faces, entering a university can be extremely exciting or exceptionally stressful. This can be an even more difficult transition when you are entering college as someone who openly identifies as LGBTQ+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer) and needs support navigating your academic journey.