Sexual assault is a problem in college athletics. What can the NCAA do?
Only 3.3% of male students are athletes, but male student athletes are responsible for 19% of reported sexual assaults on campus. However, the NCAA, the primary governing board for college athletics, has no formal policy attaching sexually violent…
She Became A Speed Skater Four Months Ago. Now, She's Making Olympic History.
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Fentanyl: A secret drug behind the overdose crisis
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Women Of Color Surfing As A Powerful Form Of Resistance
"The things that our society has created to hold me back don't exist in the water."
Meet the Millennials Championing Ugly Produce
They take "ugly", unwanted produce from farms and sell it to consumers at a huge discount.
Two Teens Created The Largest Non Profit to Help Fund Eating Disorder Treatment
90% of people suffering from eating disorders don’t receive treatment because they can't afford it.
Building Beats Mentors Underserved Teens By Teaching Them To DJ
To make awesome music, you don't need expensive equipment -- just basic software and an imagination.
This NYC Graffiti Artist Is Breaking Gender Stereotypes
This artist is making her mark on the graffiti scene one bee at a time
This Artist Quit Her Job To Make Emojis Full Time
Making emojis is a full-time job
This Woman Is On A Mission To Diversify Our Public Lands
Only 22% of visitors to U.S. national parks are people of color.