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Editorial: The Venus symbol goes,  genderless inclusion stays

Editorial: The Venus symbol goes, genderless inclusion stays

November 2, 2019

Period product companies cannot decide who gets their monthly period, so they shouldn’t sell products as if they can. On Oct. 22, Procter & Gamble, parent company of the period product brand A...

EDITORIAL: Inclusivity is not child’s play

EDITORIAL: Inclusivity is not child’s play

October 5, 2019

With the introduction of American Girl’s first male doll and Barbie’s first hijabi doll in 2017, modern inclusivity is still a young concept. Mattel, the toy company known for manufacturing and ...

New nonbinary ID law changes gets governor’s approval, but will take years to implement

New nonbinary ID law changes gets governor’s approval, but will take years to implement

September 11, 2019

A new state law will allow Illinois residents to receive driver's licenses without declaring a male or female identity, but it could take more than four years before people can declare a nonbinary de...

Rebirth makes people feel sexy in their own skin

Rebirth makes people feel sexy in their own skin

By ARTS & CULTURE REPORTER

December 7, 2015

For people who are gender nonconforming, finding clothing that fits properly and makes them feel comfortable can be difficult. To help, Sky Cubacub created the Rebirth Garments clothing line.Cubacub s...

Communication can ensure students are ready to register

By Editorial Board

November 2, 2015

In previous semesters, undergraduate students were required to meet with a faculty advisor to be cleared to register. However, the college has partially eliminated that requirement for spring registration, as reported in our page 8 story. Freshman and transfer students are still required to meet with an advisor at the College Advising Center before they can register.Most colleges and universities do not require advising session...

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