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Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) is conducting Safe Zone training for faculty, staff and students to increase community education efforts around the LGBTQIA+ community.
To celebrate National Coming Out Day, we asked members of our GSA executive board what National Coming Out Day means to them. Here’s what they had to say.
June is Pride month, and at Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) we’re proud to support our students from all backgrounds. Both the College and community provide resources and activities for our LGBTQ+ students, and we’re excited to highlight those this month.
With diversity steadily growing at Washington & Jefferson College (W&J), so does the need for inclusivity, and W&J students are ready to meet that need.
This past spring, the Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) student body elected biochemistry major Kenny Clark ’18 as student government president, and reached a major milestone in the process: Clark is W&J’s first African-American Student Government Association (SGA) president.
How can we make this relevant to students or give them information that will help them as they continue to develop?
Lisa Huff ’19 is ready to make an impact.
Coming to Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) from a mostly-black and Hispanic neighborhood on the north side of Houston, Texas, communication arts major Darious Singleton ’18 didn’t know what to expect when he got to campus his freshman year.
W&J Students organized an open discussion forum following the presidential election to allow students to voice their opinions and hear from students on both sides of the issues.
W&J senior Ty Greenwood is the winner of an Emma Award for his efforts to promote diversity on campus and in the media.