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There is no rational way to argue against gay marriage

There is no rational way to argue against gay marriage

William Rein

April 24, 2016


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Last year, in the landmark Supreme Court case Obergefell v. Hodges, love won. The federal legalization of gay marriage was foreshadowed by rising liberal views on marriage. However, even with national protection, the push for national inclusion is hardly stalled. In a recent dispute with a colleague, we a...

Religious freedom is not a license to discriminate

Religious freedom is not a license to discriminate

Joseph Rogers

April 18, 2015


Filed under Columns, Opinion

I didn’t realize just how much would come up for me with the recent passing of Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act — some things I haven’t thought about in years. During my first year of college, in 1998, I joined Chester First United Methodist church in Plumas County. Soon after, my minister asked if I wanted to become a certified lay speaker, a layperson trained and author...

LGBTQ+ students deal with discrimination

LGBTQ+ students deal with discrimination

Madison Holmes

April 29, 2014


Filed under News

“You’re a fucking faggot,” were not the words Kory Masen wanted to hear on a walk through campus to meet up with friends.Masen, a junior at Chico State who identifies himself as a transgender queer man of color, said he was walking through campus when he was the target of a hate crime.A m...

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