Judith Shulevitz
Science Editor

Rolling Stone Never Gave the Villains of Its Gang Rape Story a Chance to Defend Themselves
December 01, 2014

It's a shame the writer opened herself up to questions.

Where UVA Went Wrong: Students Need to See Rape as a Felony, Not Just a Campus Infraction
November 24, 2014

And universities have to make sure their students know that.

The Science of Suffering
November 16, 2014

Why do some people cope with trauma better than others? We’re finally beginning to understand.

Accused College Rapists Have Rights, Too
October 11, 2014

The victims deserve justice. The men deserve due process.

Feminism Has Conquered the Culture. Now Comes the Hard Part
September 14, 2014

Two female writers battle it out over that very question.

The Future of College Is Not As Bleak As You Think
August 21, 2014

"Is College Doomed?" asks The Atlantic. No, it's not.

Geneticists' New Obsession with Pregnancy Isn't Bad for Women
August 17, 2014

It turns out the life choices men make could have an even greater impact on their children's genes.

Science Is Changing What It Means to Be Dead
July 27, 2014

If you could freeze yourself until a future age, are you sure you'd want to?

Siri, You're Messing Up a Generation of Children
April 02, 2014

Has anyone thought through what it means when kids scream at robots?

Regret is the Perfect Emotion for Our Self-Absorbed Times
February 16, 2014

We regret to inform you, but regret is not remorse