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Five Do’s and Five Don’ts for College Seniors (From a Point Scholar Who’s Been There)

So you’re a senior. Congratulations on making it through the Hunger Games that is the first three years of college. It’s a big deal to make it this far. And because it’s a… Continue reading

Topical Talk: Point Scholars comment on New York Times article, “Justices’ Rulings Advance Gays; Women Less So.”

As reported in a front page feature of the August 4, 2104 New York Times, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg sees an inconsistency in the court’s recent rulings on gay rights and… Continue reading

Scholar Megan Weinand Meets Queer Historian Susan Stryker

Recently, I had the honor of meeting Susan Stryker, a renowned historian in transgender studies and history! I read Professor Stryker’s book, Transgender History (Seal Press), years ago during my undergraduate studies.  I also… Continue reading

Scholar Mary Susman Reflects on Out for Work Conference

I am incredibly grateful that Point sent me to the Out for Work conference in Chicago Sept. 27-29.  During this  weekend in Chicago I was able to not only face a looming fear… Continue reading

Scholar Cary Crall Reflects on Conference for Gay & Lesbian Mormons

  When my Mormon ancestors first trekked the thousands of miles from the Eastern United States to Utah’s Salt Lake Valley, it was to escape persecution because of their non-traditional views on marriage.… Continue reading

Zoë Reidinger Helps LGBTQ Asylum Seekers

Point Scholars are required to complete an annual Community Service Project (CSP) that will positively impact the LGBTQ community.  Here is a highlight of Point Scholar Zoë Reidinger’s recent CSP. My CSP focused on… Continue reading

Honoring Bayard Rustin

Recently, I joined Point Foundation Scholars, Alumni, board members and staff, at the Scholar & Alumni Leadership Conference (SALC) in Washington D.C.  We were there just a few weeks before the 50th Anniversary… Continue reading