Inside INpride

INpride, a newly formed Innis based group in support of LGBTQ+ students, is up and running. Though primarily aimed at supporting and advocating for students, INpride is also open to the wider University of Toronto community, including students, staff, faculty, and alumni. This week, I sat down with its co-presidents Jack McCrossin and Sabrina Lin…

Nasty women unite

On Saturday January 21, the largest protest in U.S. history took place, with an estimated 2.9 million Americans participating. The Women’s March gathered hundreds of thousands on every continent in sister protests, who took to the streets to show their support for women’s rights, and their opposition to President Donald Trump. Trump has been accused…

How Trump’s election could affect the LGBTQ+ community

Calling attention to the troubling views of the new Republican administration With only two months left before the American President-elect’s inauguration, Donald Trump has left a large variety of communities worrying about their fate. Among these are the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) community, who fear for not only for their safety, but…