Facing the regret, guilt, and part of us we didn’t know was there can start to make us better men.
“You don’t know me, but you’ve been inside me, and that’s why we’re here today.”—victim’s statement read aloud at Brock Turner’s sentencing.
Alyssa Royse is outraged that Brock Turner was convicted of violently raping an incapacitated woman, but his father, Dan, thinks his loss of appetite is enough punishment. Here is her advice to dad.
Katherine Fritz cannot comprehend Judge Persky’s statement that convicted rapist Brock Turner “will not be a danger to others.” The power of privilege is a danger to us all.
There are few men as influential and multi-talented as Andy Grove.
Joseph Milord takes us through some of Richard Sherman’s impressive off-the-field accomplishments.
Seems like you get sicker than your wife? Maybe you’re just extra manly.
New prison admissions in the US are at a 20 year low.
As Ken Goldstein points out, “networking is so bizarrely misunderstood, it boggles my mind.” He explains how to make it work for the long-term. (Hint: if you have to use the words “Hope you are well” in an email, you are already behind.)
Kartik Sawhney said, “The journey was discouraging at times. But it’s satisfying to have gotten into Stanford, which has a support system for visually-challenged students.”
Not every college course from prestigious schools has to clear out bank accounts. We show you how.
A summary of news items from our webcast It’s Komplicated on the Geekweek Network.
Want to become a successful businessman? Save the planet? Forget the MBA and download World of Warcraft instead.
Stanford is your kid’s dream school, all the jobs are in Kentucky, and how to right wrongs.
Leong has become one of the youngest faculty members of the Stanford music department (he was 16) and produced his distinctive jazz hip-hop fusion to widespread accolades.
No one majors in English or classics any more. It’s just not practical when you’re facing a pile of debt alongside your diploma.