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Fifty Years Later, ‘The Graduate’ Isn’t As Relatable As It Once Was

We revisited the iconic American film "The Graduate" on its fiftieth anniversary, and found that it doesn't have the same appeal as it did in the 1960s.


The Truth About Sex and Blurred Lines on College Campuses

An excerpt from Vanessa Grigoriadis's book, Blurred Lines: Rethinking Sex, Power, and Consent on Campus, on the link between social media and relationships.


The Return to Childhood: Growing Older, Not Growing Up

Author Francesca Segal felt more grown-up in her adolescent years than she does now as an adult, and suspects she's not the only one that feels this way.


Between Classes: 6 Novels About Young Women in College

With the release of Elif Batuman’s The Idiot, we're taking a look at novels that explore the experiences of young women in college.


In the Red Zone: How Do We Combat Campus Rape?

School is back in session and campus rape is still very much an issue. Maria Padian addresses the change we need to see.


How to Play Cruel Games, by Christopher Yates

The author of the Oxford University-set novel, Black Chalk, recounts his own severely competitive college years – and how the informed his fiction debut.