Rape survivor Brenda Tracy recounts the horror of her attack and describes her path forward.
Nikki interviews a rape victim about the ways that the system failed her after her assault.
A star athlete at Stanford University receives a shockingly lenient sentence for sexual assault.
Using just three words, the comedians share their best life advice with new grads.
The panelists discuss a rising intolerance for conservative speakers on college campuses.
The comedians combine campus life with famous people's names.
An NFL player pushes to lift a ban on marijuana, and Colorado's pot industry funds scholarships.
Dahlia Lithwick discusses President Obama's in-limbo Supreme Court justice nominee Merrick Garland.
Chris Rock describes his minimal education and reveals what "GED" really stands for.
The panelists examine a controversy surrounding a group of black female cadets at West Point.
Black cadets at West Point spark outrage after posing with raised fists in a pre-graduation photo.
President Obama encourages Howard University's black graduates to embrace their racial identity.
The panelists discuss President Obama's assessment of racial progress in America since the 1980s.
Felonious Munk reacts to a controversy surrounding Georgetown University's slave-trading legacy.
Chris Hardwick remembers the trauma of his first old-man moment.
Matt Ingebretson explains how to keep the good times going while in a relationship.
Ted Cruz's 2004 crusade to uphold a ban on the sale of dildos in Texas comes back to haunt him.
Ken Jeong chats about going from being a physician to starring on "Dr. Ken."
The comedians suggest ways that Hillary Clinton can pander to New York City voters.
George Mason University changes its name to the Antonin Scalia School of Law, or ASSOL.