Girls rule, boys drool—in the Ivory Tower at least. New Census figures show that more American women than men have completed college and hold advanced degrees. It’s the first time in history that women have outnumbered men in key educational metrics, but it’s also the culmination of a decades-long trend toward better women’s education and workplace equality. Among adults over 25, women barely edge out men as holders of advanced degrees, but still lag in business, science, and engineering. For bachelor’s degrees, though, the difference is greater: The U.S. has 1.5 million more female degree-holders than male ones.