The NCAA announced yesterday the organization decided to pull seven 2016-17 championship events from North Carolina because of civil rights concerns over state laws.
House Bill 2 has a new foe — Chalice, a transgender superhero from the comic series "Alters."
The Provost’s Committee on LGBTQ Life met Friday afternoon to discuss their budget for the upcoming school year, plan a luncheon and discuss ways they can assist LGBTQ individuals at UNC.
A Texas federal court’s decision Sunday challenged the U.S. Department of Education’s interpretation that Title IX includes gender identity in its protections against discrimination based upon sexy, raising concerns for transgender students.
Gender-neutral restroom signs were ripped down in the Campus Y Wednesday morning.
Even though businesses in Chapel Hill and Carrboro have spoken out against House Bill 2, they’ve still lost an estimated $1.2 million because of the bill, the Chapel Hill and Orange County Visitors Bureau found.
After two years as assistant director of UNC’s LGBTQ Center, Angel Collie has moved to become the assistant director for the Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity at Duke University.
The UNC Department of Housing and Residential Education is opening a new residential community called Pride Place that focuses on LGBTQ identities. The department is also working on a rebranding project.
Rainbow flags flew and contemplative words were spoken — both in Spanish and in English — across Chapel Hill this week as communities gathered to commemorate the lives of the 49 people killed by a shooter in an Orlando nightclub.
The University of North Carolina system told a federal court Friday it won’t enforce House Bill 2, which would require transgender students to use the restroom which corresponds to the sex on their birth certificates.
House Bill 2 faces potential injunction after a complaint lodged this Monday by equal rights activist groups and individuals of North Carolina.
With North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory suing the federal Department of Justice on Monday, and the DoJ responding with a countersuit just hours later, it is important to remember how exactly we got here. Here is a timeline of the events which led up to and resulted from the passage of House Bill 2.
The case against House Bill 2 just met its youngest plaintiff — a junior in high school.
A ruling Tuesday determined a transgender student in Virginia could sue his school board for preventing him from using the bathroom that matches his gender identity.
House Bill 2 was passed by a Republican legislature and signed by a Republican governor — but not all Republicans support the controversial law.
It’s been a long 26 days for James Miller, executive director of the LGBT Center of Raleigh.
Independent booksellers and publishers across North Carolina have joined together to ask for the repeal of House Bill 2.