Sexuality and Gender Alliance Co-Presidents Kyle Benjamin and Zach Hruby hope to provide a platform for open minds and new ways of thinking regarding gender norms at the second annual drag show. Benjamin and Hruby have been busy making preparations for the show, which is set to take place Friday,Continue Reading

Concordia Theatre and SAGA collaborate Concordia’s Straight and Gay Alliance teamed up with the theater honor society, Alphi Psi Omega, to host Concordia’s first-annual drag show. Alphi Psi Omega President Hannah Wehlage was excited to do something new this year for the theater’s annual dance. “We have a dance atContinue Reading

SAGA attends Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender Ally conference Fourteen of Concordia’s Straight and Gay Alliance students attended a conference in Missouri this past weekend to discuss progressive issues such as the definition of gender and sexual fluidity. The Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender Ally College Conference, founded in 1993, wasContinue Reading

The transition to embracing trans* Once upon a time, there was a girl we will call… Scarf Girl. Scarf Girl was a freshman at Concordia College and was unsure about how safe an environment it would be. Her high school did not have many great people, there were not manyContinue Reading

Once Upon a Time, there was a boy who we’ll call… Scarf Boy. Scarf Boy was a freshman at Concordia College and was unsure about how safe of an environment it would be. His high school had some great people, good resources, and a pretty loving atmosphere, but he didn’tContinue Reading

I don’t need to call the recent article by Jacob Amos a, “paradox”, “oxymoron”, “nonsensical” or even, “downright stupid”, I will simply call it– wrong. It is wrong because Mr. Amos’ essay is internally inconsistent and also because, if taken seriously, his ideas would destroy the very discourses he’s tryingContinue Reading