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DTH at a Glance: Sexy Summertime

Good Morning DTH Readers!

It's summer, so it's time for the issue we've all been waiting for: the sex issue. Let's be honest, sex and partying are both huge parts of college. I seem to remember a wise man once saying, "That party last night was awfully crazy / I wish we taped it / I danced my ass off and had this one girl completely naked." 

I mean, we all had our craziest hookups in college, right?

And if you're wondering about the history of hookup culture, the orgasm gap, or the lies your parents may have told you about how they met, we've got you covered. 

— Leah

QUICK HITS

  • Campuses have been redoing the way they handle sexual assault cases. But has it been enough? 
  • 90 percent of North Carolina counties don't have abortion clinics. Luckily, here's a number they can call. 
  • Maybe seeing 100 naked UNC students running through campus isn't your idea of a good time. Maybe, you'd rather be the one running. 

IN UNC ALUMNI AND LGBTQ RIGHTS

What former speaker of Student Congress tried to defund the Carolina Gay and Lesbian Association while at UNC? (Hint: He's the current North Carolina Speaker of the House). Read about how far LGBTQ rights has come, and how far it still has to go.

IN RAPE CULTURE

23 percent of female undergraduates and about 5 percent of college men experience rape or sexual assault during their four years in college. And 69 percent of sexual assault goes unreported. Think about that.

IN CAMPUS SEXUAL EDUCATION

Despite having a more comprehensive sexual education curriculum than most states, North Carolina does not spend much time covering sex education, and most students don't learn about consent until after they reach college.

IN AMERICAN PASTIMES

Not only did UNC baseball dismantle Virginia Tech in 20-0 victory, (yes, you read that correctly), it was also the biggest ACC shutout in school history and cinched ACC Coastal Division title outright for the first time since 2013. 


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