12 Times College Women Helped Lead The Resistance

College campuses across America have often served as sites of protest and political unrest, with young students on the front lines fighting to make their voices heard. And often, women are the ones leading the fight. Read More »

These Are the Schools That Produce the Most Female Entrepreneurs

If you're a woman who wants to start a company that actually gets VC funding, there are two colleges you should try to go to. Read More »

Why Georgetown's Announcement About Its Slavery Past Matters

Georgetown University announced Thursday that the school will continue to acknowledge its ties to slavery by giving admission preference to the descendants of the 272 slaves Read More »

Obama and Biden Will Not Visit Campuses That Fail to Tackle Sexual Assault

According to recent reports, President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden are no longer visiting Read More »

Congress Will Read Stanford Rape Victim's Letter Out Loud

Members of Congress will be reading from the Stanford rape victim's powerful letter to her attacker on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives next week. Read More »

Rihanna Is Giving College Scholarships, So Work, Work, Work, Work, Work

Rihanna is giving citizens and natives of Brazil, Barbados, Cuba, Haiti, Grenada, Guyana, and Jamaica a chance to win a scholarship. Read More »

Syracuse University Pulls "Kiss Cam" After Fan Says It Promotes Negative Behavior Toward Women

For anyone who's ever attended a live sporting event, the "kiss cam" is just as inevitable as long lines are during halftime. However, don't expect to see any of that action on the jumbotron at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, N.Y., this college football season.  Read More »

15 Decorations Every College-Bound Feminist Needs In Their Dorm Room

Summer is slowly coming to an end, which of course means that fall semester is creeping around the corner. Read More »