Transgender Student Rights and the Supreme Court

On April 20, 2017, the American Constitution Society at AUWCL hosted a discussion about transgender students’ rights. Eric Harrington, from the Office of the General Counsel at the National Education Association, led the discussion on transgender students’ rights, focusing on…

Refugees Perish in Harsh Winter

Refugees are dying from the harsh winter conditions on Lesbos, a Greek island. Refugees have died from being exposed to the cold, as well as from winter-related accidents such as the explosion of heaters and the intake of carbon monoxide…

Religious Minorities Threatened by Rising Intolerance

Gafatar, a religious minority in Indonesia’s predominantly Muslim nation, has faced increasing violence.  A Gafatar center in Antibar was burned down on January 19, 2017.  Human Rights Watch blames Indonesia’s legal system for perpetuating the discrimination against religious minorities.  Indonesia…