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Students will let their voice be heard at The Bridge’s first ever UNC "Milk and Honey" event this Tuesday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History.
Students created Wikipedia accounts and edited and wrote articles about women artists using resources in the Sloane Art Library Thursday to bring attention to woman artists and how they are overlooked in the general public.
Students walking through the lower quad yesterday were flanked by rows of T-shirts calling attention to the prevalence of sexual assault.
Male professors teaching male students from textbooks written by men — this is largely what UNC looked like for over 150 years, before the establishment of what is now the Department of Women’s and Gender Studies.
Frustrated by male-dominated tech culture, junior computer science major Kaylee Llewellyn started Women in Tech Week, which is hosting events on campus through Friday.
Women’s Month is a time to recognize the inspirational women who have helped us get to where we are today — but 31 days doesn’t seem long enough to memorialize and give recognition to women all around the world.
As part of the “A Day Without a Woman” protest, local high school students organized fundraisers around Chapel Hill Wednesday to benefit Planned Parenthood, the Compass Center and the Orange County Rape Crisis Center.
The Carolina Union Activities Board gave away pink T-shirts about feminism for International Women’s Day in the Pit Wednesday.
UNC administration expects a mostly normal turnout among faculty and staff even though today marks “A Day Without a Woman,” a nationwide strike organized by the Women’s March on Washington.
Thousands of students in Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools will stay home from class today due to a planned women’s strike in honor of International Women’s Day.
The SAMple Gallery at UNC has followed New York’s footsteps and opened a Nasty Women Art Exhibit at Hanes Art Center.
The fourth Oscars Preview Night, sponsored by the Program in the Humanities and the General Alumni Association, took place last night at the Varsity Theater.
The Daily Tar Heel asked people how they feel about the future of women’s health issues during Trump’s presidency.
Local 506 is partnering with the Compass Center for Women and Families in Chapel Hill to host a benefit night Saturday that will feature local, women-fronted bands and female speakers.
The gender wage gap in Orange County is wider than that of the state average — particularly for women of color, according to a recent report by the N.C. Justice Center.
Despite the approximately 300-mile commute, many North Carolinians found the Women’s March on Washington felt close to home.
The announcement that Planned Parenthood, along with other organizations, filed a lawsuit against the state of North Carolina due to the state’s law banning abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy has caused a favorable response among many in the Chapel Hill community.