education

LaShyra Nolen is the first black woman to be student president of Harvard Medical School. She’s doing things differently.

Everything she does ties back to a ‘commitment to equity and social justice,’ she says

College isn’t cheap. Here’s how three women are making ends meet with side hustles.

One woman makes $165 an hour with her at-home catering business

Two years after Parkland: This mom is looking for a new normal

David and Lauren Hogg’s mom, Rebecca Boldrick, spoke to The Lily about activism and what comes next

A 4th grader was threatened with rape by classmates. She was told to ‘stay away’ from the boys.

This elementary school got it all wrong, experts say. Sexual misconduct cases like this one — involving very young kids — are notoriously hard to handle.

I teach at Syracuse University. Racist acts on campus have left me scared, tired and more motivated than ever.

There is no way to outrun racism or white supremacy, but we can chip away at it with intention

Syracuse University has seen 11 hate crimes in two weeks. Women of color have felt hate on campus for years.

Syracuse was her ‘dream school.’ Now this freshman feels ‘a lot of anger, a lot of confusion.’

She spoke up about rape at her school — then got suspended for ‘bullying’

If 15-year-old Aela Mansmann does it again, she could be expelled, the principal said

Students go to this reporter with their sexual assault stories. Now their university might force her to reveal their names.

She works for the university-owned NPR station. The school says that makes her a ‘responsible employee’ under Title IX.

We’re Asian American and go to Harvard. Here’s how our relationship to race changed after coming to campus.

Four Harvard students write about affinity groups, K-pop and an ‘Asian awakening’