Daniel Choi, a gay rights activist challenging the U.S. Army’s policy of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” spoke at the Institute ...
Audience members question panelists about policies regarding homosexual marriage in the twenty-first century. The event, entitled "Is Marriage a Right? A Dialogue on Marriage Policies from California to Massachusetts," featured panelists on both sides of the issue, and was hosted by the LGBT and Latter-Day Saints Students Association caucus.
From choosing blocking groups to navigating the rooming lottery, Harvard housing can be stressful. But the process can cause even more worries for students who feel out of place living with people of the same gender.
Last night marked the inaugural event of the second annual Gay Rights as Human Rights Conference with a film screening and discussion titled “Queering Development Practice.” Hosted by the Harvard Kennedy School as part of this week’s University-wide recognition of the month of Gaypril, the event addressed LGBT advocacy in developing countries.