Blog Posts in July, 2015

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  • Barnard Accepts First Transgender Student
    Barnard Accepts First Transgender Student

    Following in the footsteps of several other all-female Ivy League colleges – commonly called the “Seven Sisters” – after much discussion Barnard is changing its admissions policy regarding transgender ...

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  • Farm Workers' Labor Dispute
    Farm Workers' Labor Dispute

    Droves of frustrated farm workers tired of low pay and substandard housing protested in front of Ben & Jerry’s flagship store seeking better working conditions for migrant dairy workers, according to ...

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  • What are the Five Telltale Signs of Discrimination in the Workplace?
    What are the Five Telltale Signs of Discrimination in the Workplace?

    If employers are paying any attention to recent headlines concerning workplace discrimination, they will know to keep their finger on the pulse of the company in order to catch any signs of ...

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  • Missouri Student Found Guilty of Exposing Partner to HIV
    Missouri Student Found Guilty of Exposing Partner to HIV

    A 23-year-old Missouri man was found guilty of infecting one man, and endangering four others, with HIV while he was attending college, according to a MSN News article. Prosecutors introduced evidence ...

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