The politics professor and former TV-show host talks about creating a dynamic that combines empathy, vulnerability, and fun.
A committee the university formed had one main recommendation: more mentorship.
Reshma Saujani is passing on the guidance she received while helping girls break into a male-dominated field.
Mental-health resources are proliferating on campuses, but after graduation, students who relied on counseling face a trying transition.
The co-owners of a studio in Washington, D.C., reflect on how their dynamic has evolved over the years.
When J.D. Vance was in law school, his mentor, Amy Chua, gave him the confidence to take a different path.
When Aya Aljamili came to the U.S., her long-distance mentor played a crucial role in helping her navigate daily life.
According to some observers, the university announced it would update the name of Calhoun College to appease its liberal community members and distance itself from the president.
Female alumni make 30 percent less, on average, than their male counterparts.
The Logic Games section forces test takers to master a new type of thinking—and that knowledge is not cheap.
Better support services can encourage more students to speak out—and that increases the number of reported assaults on campus.
The popular website Seeking Arrangement sets up "mutually beneficial relationships" between wealthy older men and young female students. What the site doesn’t talk about is sex.
More than 2.6 million households in America are headed by a single father.
Improve the hearing process, and let victims speak with peer counselors they can trust
Thanksgiving break is here, which means it's time for the "Turkey Drop."
From the archives: essays written by Martin Luther King Jr., Frederick Douglass, Booker T. Washington, and W.E.B. DuBois.
Schools should promise strong punishments for assailants and offer victims a voice in the process.
In 1994, The Atlantic published a tribute to Presley and his version of "Don't Be Cruel," which combined the styles of his influences with his enthusiastic personality.
Two excerpts from the archives explain how the U.S. government justified its decision to drop the bomb.
Fifty-one years after Marilyn Monroe's death, revisiting two Atlantic pieces showing the complexity of an icon