Here freshmen pledges still wear beanies called "pots" and tip them when they pass professors. They paint their legs green when they try out for the Sphinx Club, a selective society. And they make a wide berth around General, a waist-high St. Bernards who have lived in Phi Delta Theta house for most of this century. Phi Delts are traditionalists and proud of it. And when the Wabash Board of Trustees recently announced to the student body its decision, after a two-year-study, to remain one of only three all-male colleges in the United States, the brothers cheered.
Morehouse College to begin taking transgender men next year - Los Angeles Times
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2 Ind. colleges say they'll oppose gay-marriage ban plan
Leaders of Morehouse College told the Associated Press that its board of trustees approved the policy Saturday. Transgender men will be allowed to enroll in the school for the first time in Students who identify as women but were born male cannot enroll, however, and anyone who transitions from male to female will not be automatically eligible to receive a degree from the institution. Morehouse officials hailed the move as an important step toward a more inclusive campus while affirming its mission to educate and develop men. Morehouse is an iconic college that counts the Rev.
In a joint release DePauw University and Wabash College said they have joined Freedom Indiana, a bipartisan grassroots coalition working to defeat the ban scheduled to be considered in the Indiana General Assembly early next year. Casey and Wabash President Gregory D. Hess said.