SEX ISSUE


A UNC student holds three sexual education pamphlets in front of the Old Well in the Upper Quad on Tuesday.

Little time spent on sex ed in NC classes

North Carolina is one of just 18 states that require public schools to teach information about contraception — and one of only 13 states that require that information taught about STIs and sex to be factually accurate. 


Amanda Albright is the Special Projects and Investigations Leader. She is a senior journalism major from Charlotte.

Column: Why sex?

It's important to identify and condemn sex when it’s used as a weapon and celebrate it when it’s used as an expression of love and empowerment.