Sexual assault is a problem in college athletics. What can the NCAA do?
Sexual assault is a problem in college athletics. What can the NCAA do?
Changing the Justice System for Girls
Changing the Justice System for Girls
The Most Beautiful Sonoran Hot Dogs in Tucson
The Most Beautiful Sonoran Hot Dogs in Tucson
My Fourth Life
My Fourth Life
Paralyzed but Still Moving
Paralyzed but Still Moving
It's All About Apples
It's All About Apples
Iñupiaq Inside
Iñupiaq Inside
A Modern Habit
A Modern Habit
Goat Girls
Goat Girls
Proud To Serve
Proud To Serve
A Disappearing Community
A Disappearing Community
Startup Lockdown
Startup Lockdown
Big Pit National Coal Museum
Big Pit National Coal Museum
Sexual assault is a problem in college athletics. What can the NCAA do? Only 3.3% of male students are athletes, but male student athletes are responsible for 19% of reported sexual assaults on campus. However, the NCAA, the primary governing board for college athletics, has no formal policy attaching sexually violent behavior to athletic eligibility. Recent graduate CC Carreras and Set the Expectation campaign founder Brenda Tracy share their stories and ask what can be done differently.
Changing the Justice System for Girls "I had no hope to be someone." Michelle Diaz was charged with shoplifting when she was only 13 and it changed everything
The Most Beautiful Sonoran Hot Dogs in TucsonJesus Guerrero sells Sonoran hot dogs outside Tucson City Court in Tucson, Ariz. His cart is called Hot Dog Tutuli, which means "the most beautiful" in the Yaqui language.
My Fourth LifeFeed our Vets Pantry Director Tonia Russell cares for military veterans, active service members and herself at the organization's monthly food pantry in Watertown, N.Y. 
Paralyzed but Still MovingDorian Taylor is an inspired athlete, not just in spite of being paralyzed from the waist down, but also because of it.
It's All About ApplesAs owner of Mathis Orchard, Coleman Mathis, 75, deals with much more than one apple a day. However, the doctor is no longer keeping his distance. Coleman’s age and health, along with the increasing cost of production, make him think about finally slowing down. One of these days.
Iñupiaq InsideGrowing up in Wasilla, Alaska, Cordelia Kellie felt different. It wasn’t until she visited her mother’s home village of Wainwright for the first time, and started learning the Iñupiaq language that she really felt at home. Now she shares her knowledge and pride in North Slope culture with other young Native Alaskans.
A Modern HabitSister Eileen Derrick is a Franciscan nun in Manilus, N.Y. who founded Ponies for Peace, a nonprofit equine therapy organization.
Goat GirlsWhen a neighbor of Wellesley's Boulder Brook Reservation cut down some old growth trees, invasive plants seized the opportunity, choking off resources and killing native plants. In addition to spot-treating some plants with herbicide, the town called The Goat Girls for help. Produced, shot and edited for Wellesley This Week.
Proud To ServeWith his own marriage ended and his sons grown and gone, much of 61-year-old Tom Davis’ time is focused on looking after his ailing father, James “Snoz” Davis. But the caring goes both ways.
A Disappearing CommunityOne of the stories I was most excited about shooting this year was about a small library in Nantymoel, a village north of Bridgend in Wales. More than 500 public libraries, including Nantymoel, are closing or might close in England and Wales because of budget concerns. Local councils are legally required to provide library services. Needless to say, the closings are causing controversy.The deal, made with one of the directors of libraries for the county, was that the story not focus on the closing, but on preserving the place for the historical record. I agreed to this and thought it was an appropriately librarian-like approach. I planned to shoot a portrait of the library as it was, so it would be remembered when it closed. The director of the Berwyn Centre, where the library was housed, was thrilled, as were the librarians and patrons. Soon after I started shooting though, Mark Shephard, a local councilor, called and said I had to stop. He said the closing was too controversial to allow coverage. Initially I tried to pull the original piece together, but the footage wasn’t there. Ultimately I abandoned the portrait and edited the story how it happened, focusing on the closing after all.
Startup LockdownIs it possible to create five businesses in five days? Five HBS students got together over spring break to find out. See more about their experience on their blog:http://startuplockdownbywhitespace.tumblr.comShot and edited by Joanie Tobin & Harrison Buck, produced by Joanie Tobin
Big Pit National Coal MuseumBig Pit National Coal Museum is one of the last working coal mines in Wales. But instead of producing coal, Big Pit has transformed into a museum, and the miners into tour guides and conservationists. Big Pit’s charm is in its authenticity, so as the miners get closer to retirement, the museum will have to figure out how to transform once again.
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