Sexual assault on college campuses is rarely clear-cut—and the ABC Family teen drama gets realistic with an ambiguous case of Yes Means Yes.
Caroline Linton is a former Cheat Sheeter at The Daily Beast.
Skylar, Rachel, and Shelia were the best of friends—until one of them went missing and the other two were implicated in a grisly murder case that has upended their idyllic town.
One day after his accuser’s lawyer asked for an independent investigation into the star quarterback, Winston took home college football’s most coveted award.
The Florida State’s Attorney said a “sexual event” occurred between FSU’s star quarterback and his accuser, but there is not enough evidence to prove it was not consensual.
The Seminoles’ star quarterback, Jameis Winston, has been accused of sexual assault, but prosecutors say a decision won’t come until after the season ends.
The networks with the most LGBT are ABC Family and Fox—once considered the most conservative channels on television. Here's how they became out and proud.
Thousands of seniors are in a panic because of glitches on the Common App, and 46 schools have been forced to move back their early-application deadlines.
Student sex columnists for the UT Austin’s Daily Texan are titillating students with masturbation how-to’s and ‘freak in the sheets’ tell-alls. Cue the right-wing backlash.
Steven Sanchez dropped out of middle school due to bullying and once contemplated suicide. He was just crowned the University of Northern Iowa's first transgender homecoming queen.
The lyrics are empowering ("Hold Your Head High, fingers to the sky") but it's so hard to get past those dog leashes. Two Daily Beast reporters debate Brit-Brit's latest hit.