The third most dispensed drug in the United States is a thyroid medication called Synthroid.
Students across the country are gearing up to defend affirmative action on a national day of protest on February 24.
At the University of Oregon, campus organizing took on a new meaning when graduate workers went on the picket line.
At a Senate hearing, Kirsten Gillibrand says that “survivors have lost trust in law enforcement”—but can they trust their colleges either?
Melissa Harris-Perry explains just how serious this attitude toward sexual violence really is.
Does higher education in America offer young women a ticket to the middle class—or entrench class divisions that are only getting wider?
Taken literally, California’s new law mandating an affirmative consent standard on college campuses could redefine a lot of consensual sex as rape. Should we be worried?
Activists say the Obama Administration’s “It’s On Us” campaign falls short of what’s needed to end campus sexual assault.
After spending four year in college, this student gives a critique of the academic industrial complex and the corporatization of higher education.
Earlier this month, we joined Know Your IX to call on Congress to give the Department of Education the tools to hold colleges responsible for campus sexual assault. A bill introduced this morning would do just that.
These women are making substantive improvements on their college campuses to stop sexual assault before it happens.
Four states have granted in-state tution to undocumented students, but the higher education pipeline continues to be plagued.