States across the country continue to reduce their public investment in education. With that in mind, Democratic presidential candidates are tackling the question of how to make college affordable (again) for American students.
As National Condom Month draws to a close, this week’s roundup focuses on condom availability and use: in New York, in high schools, and in colleges.
While many advertisers quickly denounced the cigar-chomper’s overt misogyny, Limbaugh’s evangelical base rallied to keep the advertising dollars flowing.
Want to do your part to help prevent the spread of HIV this World AIDS Day? One of the easiest ways we can all do that is to use condoms correctly and consistently, avoiding common mishaps which can result in rips or breaks.
Indie rock band, The New Pornographers, are told to peddle their musical pornography elsewhere – they aren’t wanted by Christian liberal arts school administrators.
A recent column in The Washington Times warned parents about colleges “poisoning” students with frank discussion about sex and sexuality.” A rising Harvard sophomore and her college professor mother weigh in.
Asia McGowan, a 20-year-old student at Henry Ford Community College outside Detroit was murdered on campus by a man who’d stalked her. Why aren’t feminist resources for domestic violence and stalking available at community colleges?
Journalist Kevin Roose goes undercover as a student at Jerry Falwell’s Liberty University, and his findings are humorous and upsetting.
College heath centers routinely refer young women to these crisis pregnancy centers, which are often purposefully located near college campuses.
Birth control is a basic health care need for some young women, a smart pregnancy prevention method for others. So why has Congress made it more difficult to access for low-income and college women?