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Straight Talk for College Women

The Wall Street Journal | September 11, 2017 Dear female members of the class of 2021: Now that you’ve set up your rooms and purchased your course materials, it’s time for some straight talk about sexual assault. If you follow the news, you’ve probably heard that 1 in...

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Witch Hunt on the Quad

The Wall Street Journal | Bookshelf | January 27, 2017 America is in the grip of a moral panic. Are we really to believe that colleges are more dangerous for women than downtown Detroit? Jennifer C. Braceras reviews “The Campus Rape Frenzy” by KC Johnson and Stuart...

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Robin Williams’s Death Too Close for Comfort

 Boston Herald | Thursday, August 14, 2014| Op-Ed | I am not one to grieve for celebrities.  I shed no tears when Princess Diana died in a high-speed car chase, when James Gandolfini suffered a sudden (and fatal) heart attack, or when Whitney Houston drowned in a...

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Americans Split by Dignity Gap

Boston Herald | Op-ed | June 24, 2014 Americans, it is often said, are divided along numerous lines: Ideological, economic, and religious — to name a few. We wring our hands over racial disparities and income disparities, and we talk endlessly about gender gaps,...

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“Miley Cyrus is emblematic of her generation: a generation of narcissists, showered from birth with praise and adulation, emotionally coddled and raised to believe that self-expression and self-fulfillment are the noblest social goods; a generation that confuses disapproval of their choices with discrimination and intolerance. The Miley generation regards ‘judgmentalism’ as the gravest of sins. Yet, ironically, they are the very first to condemn as ‘haters’ those who dare to express unfashionable opinions.”

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