When several women spoke out against a powerful man in the former ghost town of Terlingua, the backlash was fierce.
Authors Jessica Luther and Kavitha A. Davidson say it's time for sports fans to grapple with the industry's systemic injustices.
The university has implemented a measure that prohibits athletes who’ve committed sexual violence from playing sports there.
The show has traveled to the likes of Texas A&M, Baylor, and Texas Tech.
Would It Have Been “Completely Wrong” for Matt Wells to Take Action Against a Player Accused of Sexual Assault?
Coaches have a lot of discretion, and Wells decided not to use it.
The campus chapter of It’s On Us brought awareness to its community by displaying the clothing that survivors were wearing when assaulted.
In 1996, Matt Patricia, now the NFL team’s newly hired coach, was arrested and indicted by a grand jury in a sexual assault case that was ultimately dismissed.
One woman alleges that the former president touched her inappropriately in 2003, when she was sixteen years old.
Supporters of Rice’s Marching Owl Band say that its performance mocking Baylor’s rape scandal was powerful—but let’s look at it a little more closely.
Last week, former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw was convicted on 18 charges, ranging from rape in the first degree to forced oral sodomy, after being accused of sexually assaulting 13 women. The case ended up making national headlines, and the details of how Holtzclaw raped so many women–and
One of the course's main directives would be to curb sexual assault and rape.
The Dallas Judge Who Said A Raped Teenager “Wasn’t The Victim She Claimed To Be” Has Been Formally Reprimanded
A panel determined that District Judge Jeanine Howard undermined public confidence after a controversial statement.
The sentencing phase of the trial began immediately after Ukwuachu was found guilty Thursday night, and reached its conclusion Friday afternoon.
Reaction to the Texas State student’s performance art project ranged from supportive to critical.
Lots of bad news—often caught on camera.
Sheriff Adrian Garcia spent part of his week last week testifying before the Department of Justice about the rate of abuse that occurs under his watch.
For decades, Stanley Marsh 3 was one of the most celebrated eccentrics in Texas. Then one Houston attorney set out to prove that he had a dark and terrible secret.
The story of Kennedale High School teacher Brittni Colleps, found guilty last week of having sex with four male students while being videotaped, and five other teachers accused of sleeping with their students.
Some 31 female trainees have accused twelve instructors of sexual misconduct.
A grand jury will decide whether to pursue criminal charges against the Shiner dad, but the public seems to favor his use of deadly force.
A Daily Campus story alleges the university improperly uses "secret hearings" to deal with sexual assault cases involving students, and SMU fires back.
A peek at the internal FLDS documents that the state used to convict Warren Jeffs.
When Warren Jeffs fired his attorneys and decided to represent himself in his sexual assault trial, many predicted, accurately, that he would fail miserably. Few realized just what a wild show he would put on.
An idyllic small town confronts a controversial rape case involving four high school boys and a thirteen-year-old girl and discovers that nothing is certain—except that its children can’t escape the big-city culture of teenage sex.