College

Why Women's Colleges Need to Embrace Trans Activists—and So Does Feminism
A response to Monica Potts from a fellow Bryn Mawr alum
February 24, 2015

Feminists and trans activists are siblings in the same struggle.

Why Women's Colleges Still Matter in the Age of Trans Activism
February 16, 2015

Campus fights to erase references to women are indistinguishable from old-school misogyny.

The Marquette Professor Who Might Lose Tenure Isn't a Victim of P.C. Culture
He's a victim of his own breach of professional ethics
February 16, 2015

He's a victim of his own breach of professional ethics.

Sorority Sisters Shouldn’t Be Banned From Fraternity Parties. They Should Boycott Them.
February 05, 2015

Their petition against being told to boycott frat parties proves sororities can agitate for change. 

Obama Left a Critical Group Out of His Free Education Plan
January 20, 2015

Obama's plan is laudable, but it could do more.

"It Was the Highlight of My Time at Duke as a Muslim"
January 19, 2015

How students responded to a national controversy over a Muslim prayer.

No Student Who Applied to Goucher College With a Video Has Been Rejected
January 11, 2015

Only 64 people used it, but they were more diverse than the rest of the applicant pool.

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.

College Shouldn't Prepare You for Your First Job. It Should Prepare You for Your Life.
We should heed Emerson and "resist the vulgar prosperity that retrogrades ever to barbarism"
November 26, 2014

We should heed Emerson and "resist the vulgar prosperity that retrogrades ever to barbarism."

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