Coverage of Gavin Grimm

A look at the Daily Press' coverage of Gloucester teenager Gavin Grimm.

  • Lower court asked to determine how transgender case continues after teen graduated

    Lower court asked to determine how transgender case continues after teen graduated

    The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is sending the case of Gavin Grimm and the Gloucester County School Board back to a lower court to determine if an injunction is still needed since the transgender teen has graduated from high school. The federal appeals court was expected to hear arguments...

  • Federal government withdraws key piece in Gloucester transgender case

    Federal government withdraws key piece in Gloucester transgender case

    One of the key aspects in the lawsuit between 17-year-old Gavin Grimm and the Gloucester County School Board was revoked on Wednesday. Previous federal guidance that said school divisions must allow transgender students to use the bathroom matching their gender identity was withdrawn by President...

  • Oral arguments in Gavin Grimm transgender case set for March 28

    Oral arguments in Gavin Grimm transgender case set for March 28

    The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the lawsuit between the Gloucester County School Board and 17-year-old transgender student Gavin Grimm on March 28. The high court released its March calendar this morning, according to the SCOTUSblog, a law blog written by attorneys who follow...

  • Pictures: Gavin Grimm

    Pictures: Gavin Grimm

    Gavin Grimm, who identifies as a transgender boy, is requesting to be allowed to use the boys' restroom at Gloucester High School.

  • Gavin Grimm addresses law students, community members at forum

    Gavin Grimm addresses law students, community members at forum

    As the parent of a transgender child, Jennifer Putzi came to Monday night's discussion with Gavin Grimm — the 17-year-old transgender student suing Gloucester County schools over its restroom policy — to learn more about the case's potential affects. "This is going to have a huge impact on families...

  • Gavin Grimm to be featured in National Geographic documentary

    Gavin Grimm to be featured in National Geographic documentary

    A documentary exploring the topic of gender identity will feature 17-year-old transgender Gloucester High School student Gavin Grimm. The two-hour film, hosted by journalist and author Katie Couric, will air on Feb. 6 on the National Geographic Channel. National Geographic magazine released a special...

  • Gavin Grimm named one of Time's most influential teens of 2016

    Gavin Grimm named one of Time's most influential teens of 2016

    Gavin Grimm, the 17-year-old transgender student suing Gloucester County schools over its restroom use policy, was named in Time Magazine's list of most influential teens for 2016. Grimm is one of 30 to make this year's list, which includes young Olympic athletes, entertainers, entrepreneurs and...

  • U.S. Supreme Court will hear Gloucester transgender case

    U.S. Supreme Court will hear Gloucester transgender case

    The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether the Gloucester County School Board is violating federal law by refusing to allow 17-year-old transgender student Gavin Grimm to use the boys’ restroom. The school division asked the high court in August to weigh in on the lawsuit filed on Grimm’s behalf...

  • U.S. Supreme Court delays decision to hear transgender case

    The U.S. Supreme Court has not decided whether or it will review the lawsuit between the Gloucester County School Board and 17-year-old transgender student Gavin Grimm. The case was discussed in the high court's Friday conference, where the justices decide which cases to accept and which to reject....

  • Supreme Court could decide whether to hear transgender case Friday

    Supreme Court could decide whether to hear transgender case Friday

    The U.S. Supreme Court could decide on Friday whether it will review the lawsuit between the Gloucester County School Board and 17-year-old transgender student Gavin Grimm. The school division filed a petition on Aug. 29 asking the high court to determine if it is violating federal law by refusing...

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