The Education Department will make it harder for schools to be found in violation of Title IX, and require that schools must let accused students cross-examine their accuser through a third party.

Tyler Kingkade • One day ago

Kids had complained about him for years, according to documents reviewed by BuzzFeed News, but it was a decade before someone finally called police.

Tyler Kingkade • 18 days ago

Asian American students and alumni shared personal stories to defend Harvard’s use of race in its undergraduate admissions process.

Tyler Kingkade • 18 days ago

In federal court this week, the top admissions official at Harvard defends the university’s preference for the children of wealthy alumni and donors, as he fought off accusations of bias against Asian Americans.

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The proposed rule would prevent people from knowing which religious colleges discriminate against women and LGBT students.

Tyler Kingkade • 2 months ago

Former students and employees of the River View Christian Academy told BuzzFeed News that girls were disciplined if they even discussed the idea of being gay. "I didn't come out as queer for 10 years because of it."

Tyler Kingkade • 2 months ago

The new policy means that in the vast majority of frat houses, no one will be allowed to pour themselves a glass of tequila, whiskey, or vodka.

Remy Smidt • 2 months ago

The unusual prosecution has been praised by men's rights groups, but Nikki Yovino's confession has raised questions about how police treat women who report rape.

Tyler Kingkade • 4 months ago

Michael Schmitt’s rap song was crude, but was it a crime? "They painted me as a school shooter, and that's terrifying," said the 18-year-old, who’s been on house arrest since March.

Tyler Kingkade • 5 months ago

When kids report sexual assault to their schools, they expect to find out what happens to the alleged perpetrator. Instead, they’re getting the silent treatment because of privacy laws.

Tyler Kingkade • 6 months ago

The lawsuit says Holland Christian High School ignored the 15-year-old girl's needs but made special efforts to help the classmate who pleaded guilty to assaulting her.

Tyler Kingkade • 7 months ago

The lapse discovered by BuzzFeed News suggests confusion in a department that has come under scrutiny on campus safety issues.

Tyler Kingkade • 7 months ago

Not every kid who’s lived through a school shooting has the same cause to advance. For some, this is their chance to march in memory of classmates killed years ago. Others will avoid the protests altogether.

Tyler Kingkade • 8 months ago

Until just 20 years ago, federal law didn't even accept that men could be harassed by other men. These men’s stories show we still have a long way to go.

Tyler Kingkade • 8 months ago

Documents obtained by BuzzFeed News show that Candice Jackson boasted about high-profile conservative supporters to land a top job at the US Department of Education.

Tyler Kingkade • 8 months ago

"It's abundantly clear that reliable data can play a key role in strengthening efforts to combat sexual violence," said Sen. Claire McCaskill, a sponsor of the bipartisan bill.

Tyler Kingkade • 9 months ago

The US Department of Education is probing whether the school violated the law in its handling of reports of Larry Nassar's sexual assaults. "My heart breaks for the survivors of Larry Nassar’s disgusting crimes," said Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.

Tyler Kingkade • 9 months ago

Here's why women are getting the silent treatment when they ask for the results of workplace harassment investigations. Some people want to change that.

Tyler Kingkade • 10 months ago

Georgia Rep. Earl Ehrhart has made a career of taking on controversial causes, and his latest passion is defending students accused of rape. Emails show he has intervened to try to save men from "kangaroo courts."

Tyler Kingkade • 11 months ago

More people are sharing their “Me Too” stories, but a backlash has been brewing at colleges across the country, with accused students filing defamation suits against women who say they were assaulted.

Tyler Kingkade • 11 months ago