The Red State Fight for Co-Ed Housing on Campus

It used to be only a handful of small private liberal arts colleges that offered gender-neutral housing options to students. Now, thanks in part to Tyler Clementi's tragic suicide, nearly 100 schools allow undergraduates to room with members of the opposite sex. Students at larger institutions in red states say they… » 4/30/12 1:40pm 4/30/12 1:40pm

Yale University Discovers Firsthand the Awful Results of Gender…

When Yale University introduced gender neutral housing for seniors, it was an experiment to see what happens when people stop being polite and start getting real, and also a test to see whether male/female cohabitation might work for the general student population. And after a trial period allowing upperclassmen to… » 1/10/12 2:30pm 1/10/12 2:30pm

Rutgers Introduces Gender-Neutral Housing After Student Suicide

In the wake of freshman Tyler Clementi's suicide, Rutgers University is making gender-neutral housing available to some students. The university hopes to create a better environment for LGBT students, although the program will be open to straight applicants as well. Says senior Aaron Lee, » 3/01/11 2:34pm 3/01/11 2:34pm