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The Lily asked young women in America and abroad: What’s college like these days?
Some girls are organizing walkouts, lunchtime protests and meetings with administrators to call out dress codes they see as unfair
No matter how much I alter my curriculum, I cannot undo years of patriarchal pressures, but I can try to loosen the grip
Alabama student Holley Gerelds’s case is just the latest in the debate about censoring portraits over dress codes
An excerpt from attorney Carrie Goldberg’s forthcoming memoir, ‘Nobody’s Victim: Fighting Psychos, Stalkers, Pervs, and Trolls’
She’s fielded an almost daily question: Would she support federally mandated busing to address school segregation now?
I never thought I’d interact with my middle school bully again — so the Facebook message came as a complete shock
The attacker, carrying two knives, started stabbing the crowd at about 7:45 a.m. outside of Tokyo
The college admissions scandal has forced us to consider who deserves to walk across graduation stages — and who doesn’t