Love Wins: An Unexpected Reality Check following SCOTUS Decisions

Kaeley McEvoy ’14 On Wednesday, June 27 I was fortunate enough to be outside of the Supreme Court when crowds began to cheer after a major section of DOMA was ruled unconstitutional. I watched in awe as people of all colors, genders, and orientations hugged in gracious relief that our country continued to stand for […]

Student Op-Eds

“Love is Love”: The Supreme Court on June 26, 2013

Jenna Rush ’14 “We want to join the institution of marriage,” said Paul Katami, plaintiff in Hollingsworth v. Perry, “not to take anything away, but to strengthen it and to live up to its ideals.”  These words came minutes after the Supreme Court announced decisions on two major cases regarding same-sex marriage, dismissing the case […]

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Week in Review: The Supreme Court Hears Arguments on the Evolving Same-Sex Marriage Issue

Maria Lombardi, ‘15 On Tuesday, March 26, thousands of protestors flocked to the nation’s capital to assemble outside of the Supreme Court as justices heard arguments regarding Proposition 8, California’s ban on same-sex marriage. Demonstrators sported signs such as “I Bet Hell is Fabulous” or “Kids Do Best With a Mom and Dad.” Washington, D.C. […]