by Alex Zielinski Jun 16, 2016
"It's a slap in the face for a rape victim to have her rape be questioned and argued in trial."
by Erica Hellerstein Jun 11, 2016
“This is a place where we’re tackling big issues. Yes, we’re having fun, but we’re also facing this broader issue affecting Stanford.”
by Alex Zielinski Jun 10, 2016
Raising serious questions about whether Turner's "remorse" was genuine or self-serving.
by Alex Zielinski Jun 8, 2016
"Mr. Turner received extensive training on consent. This is not a case of someone who just didn’t know what he was doing."
by Alex Zielinski Jun 7, 2016
Judge Persky's sentence "is basically saying that anyone is allowed a get-out-of-jail-free card if they had a high SAT score or good grades in high school."
by Alex Zielinski Jun 6, 2016 Updated: Jun 7, 2016
Typically, officials make criminal mugshots easily available online or through public request. Not in this case.
by Lauren C. Williams Apr 15, 2016
The case is part of an unsettling trend of people sharing the commission of a sex crimes on social media.
by Lindsay Gibbs Feb 23, 2016
“I think we’re stereotyped. I just want to get that out there because I take it personal.”
by Lindsay Gibbs Feb 18, 2016
Now the story is a little more complicated.
by Casey Quinlan Feb 8, 2016
Campus rape is a significant problem, but not enough institutions of higher education are willing to acknowledge it.