According to the upset mom, her suspended daughter was told she "needed to consider the guys in her class and their hormones when choosing her wardrobe."
MILAN (AP) — An Italian newspaper reports that the Versace group is on the verge of announcing its sale to an American company for 2 billion euros ($2.4 billion).
Lingerie brand Yandy has 43 Halloween costumes categorized under "sexy Native American" and "sexy Indian" on its website.
In a new statement, Yale Law School professors Amy Chua and Jed Rubenfeld are denying claims that they ever advised female students to dress in an “outgoing” way when interviewing for law clerkships in Brett Kavanaugh’s office. Last week, news broke that Chua, who has endorsed Kavanaugh’s supreme court nomination, describing him as a “mentor to women,” revealed to a group of law students that it was “not an accident” that all of Kavanaugh’s female law clerks “looked like models.” This observation was reportedly corroborated by husband and fellow Yale Law School professor Rubenfeld, who allegedly told a student that Kavanaugh “hires women with a certain look.” Now, in a letter sent to Yale Law School faculty, staff, and students, Rubenfeld, on behalf of Chua and himself, is denying the comments and their connotations.