I wrote a blog post on masculinity and how college men perform their gender for my department's PhD student blog: Higher Education Scholars @ BC.
"Undergraduate men make up less than half of the undergraduate population, and among non-white students, the proportion is even more lopsided. They are less likely to graduate than their female peers, less likely to vote, study, or use career services. While they are less likely to participate in student organizations, they are more likely to hold high-status leadership positions. They are more likely to drink alcohol in excessive amounts, vandalize property, and physically or sexually assault someone; clearly both men and women would be better off if men acted more like women in these respects.
Only focusing on men’s behavior as problematic, however, misses how men are also victims....."
You can read the full post here.