By Laura Carman On Thursday, 19 October Lucy Cavendish College held a panel on inclusivity guidelines for transgender students. I attended this event with high hopes of hearing how Lucians can encourage policy change that follows the recent decision of Murray Edwards College. The revised policy at Murray Edwards states that the college “will consider any student who, at the point of application, identifies as female and, where they have been identified as male at birth, has taken steps to live in the female gender”. Legally, this means the college will no longer be bound by the Gender Recognition Act ….
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The Chronicle meets Rabia Nasimi, and gets to know the woman behind the headlines. Rabia Nasimi, a woman already widely recognized for her work and achievements, is now a very busy first year PhD student here at Lucy Cavendish College. She has well-defined interests within her chosen field of sociology already at 23, and she serves as the Chronicle’s BME (Black, Minority, Ethnic) Editor – helping make the Lucy Cavendish community more vibrant and diverse. On top of making great academic and extracurricular contributions to Cambridge, she continues to support, when possible, the work of the Afghanistan and Central Asian ….