Anne Louie Sussman Writes, “On a cold, sunny morning in April, Boston’s mayor, Martin J. Walsh, took the podium in front of an audience of 150 corporate executives who had gathered at a downtown hotel to learn how men can be better allies to women at work. He quickly launched into one of his favorit
Jennifer Medina writes, “LOS ANGELES — The president of the University of Southern California, C. L. Max Nikias, agreed to step down Friday in the wake of a scandal over a gynecologist accused of abusing students at the campus health center.
Rick J. Caruso, a member of the university board of trust
Michael Barnes writes, “When Linda Bray Chanow arrived at the University of Texas Law School eight years ago to lead UT’s Center for Women in Law, only one alumna was pictured on the stately walls of the school’s first floor, which serves as a sort of UT legal hall of fame.
Colby Hamilton writes, “Former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein was arraigned in Manhattan criminal court Friday morning on charges of rape in the first and third degrees, as well as criminal sexual act in the first degree, the New York City Police Department and Manhattan District Attorney’s Off
Sunlen Serfaty write, “The Senate has passed its long-stalled legislation that would overhaul how sexual harassment complaints are made and handled on Capitol Hill and would hold members of Congress personally responsible for paying such settlements out of their own pockets.