Over the past week, the “Me Too” campaign has made its way across social media. But it was Tarana Burke, a black woman, who started this movement over 10 years ago.
I was never that flexible growing up. Even to this day, I’m not that flexible. Maybe I’m stretching incorrectly or I’m not stretching far enough, but I have been, and probably will always be, somewhat rigid.
When walking into my Women’s Studies class, I feel a sense of community and comfort with the diverse group of women I get to listen to for an hour.
Kanye West is, like any artist should be, expressing himself. West displays something that many artists fail to achieve in a lifetime: complete honesty.
The case against House Bill 2 just met its youngest plaintiff — a junior in high school.
Fayetteville State University could face a name change by the state legislature.
House Bill 2, which prevents non-discrimination ordinances in North Carolina, was signed into law March 23 by Gov. The bill caused controversy in the N.C. Senate, where Democrats walked out before the vote — allowing it to pass unanimously. Staff writer Zaynab Nasif spoke with legal experts to determine the bill’s implications on all North Carolinians.
House Bill 2 received attention nationwide for its restrictions on bathroom use and gender identity, but the law has impacts that extend beyond the stalls.
The 2015 first-year class is the most likely to participate in student protests since the 1970s, according to a study from University of California, Los Angeles.
There might be no Kure for North Carolina’s off-shore drilling problem. One of eight potential planning areas for drilling — as part of the national 2017-2022 Oil and Gas Leasing Program — will be off the coast of Kure Beach, North Carolina.