A few of my favorite clips from The Atlantic, Vogue, The Wall Street Journal, Vox, The Daily Beast, and The Guardian.
Officials are trying a “nuclear option” to fix the culture of sexual assault within the elite sport. But can it actually work?
Today the role is almost entirely symbolic—but it’s only getting more popular.
This year, the conversation began with a Supreme Court nominee. Last year, it was a Hollywood producer. The year before that, the man who would become president.
Members of the board have been accused of covering up Larry Nassar’s abuse, and yet they’ve somehow emerged from the scandal unscathed.
Sixty percent of victims lost their jobs as a direct result of abuse.
The vast majority of U.S. adults think a woman should give up her maiden name when she gets married.
Even in this modern age, many brides still just want to feel like princesses.
Yes, there will be mason jars.
“In many cases, the confidence men have is not particularly warranted.”
A new report highlights the growing trend of unmarried parents living together with their children.
It doesn’t signal a lack of trust—to some, it’s a way for spouses to show they trust each other more.
This is now an empirically proven fact. Dishwashing causes more relationship distress than any other household task.
This is no way for two grown humans to make a major life decision.
Looking into a 2014 Title IX complaint, Michigan State University found no evidence of misconduct.
Like ERs and doctors across the country, administrators at Michigan State assured Nassar’s victims that nothing was wrong.
“It’s very, very unusual.”
48 women have reported so far. Could HR have done something about it?
A Masthead member asked us to investigate the unauthorized students who, before DACA, couldn’t leave the border region where they grew up.
The Trump administration has announced that it’s rescinding college-rape policies put in place by President Obama.
If men are overly concerned with the appearance of impropriety, the careers of female subordinates suffer.
The overwhelmingly male crowd at the white-nationalist rally in Charlottesville shouldn’t be seen as an absence of women in the movement overall.
The senator and his mentor look back on the 25-plus years since they met at Princeton.
“I know that everything is stacked against my scholars,” says Nadia Lopez, a principal featured in Humans of New York.
The politics professor and former TV-show host talks about creating a dynamic that combines empathy, vulnerability, and fun.
A committee the university formed had one main recommendation: more mentorship.
Mental-health resources are proliferating on campuses, but after graduation, students who relied on counseling face a trying transition.
When J.D. Vance was in law school, his mentor, Amy Chua, gave him the confidence to take a different path.
Many students from countries included in President Trump's travel ban are eager to leave the US. In Vox.
This feature, based on my senior thesis, tells the story of how two universities handled sexual assault policy in the late 1980s. In The Atlantic.
Improve the hearing process, and let victims speak with peer counselors they can trust. In The Atlantic.
Schools should promise strong punishments for assailants and offer victims a voice in the process. In The Atlantic.
All US student sexual assault counselors should receive formal training, so victims are not afraid to share traumatic experiences. In The Guardian.