SWIMMING-AND-DIVING


11/12/2019 7:11pm

Mary Drue

Column: Inescapable misogyny

The culture of these sites threatens to reverse whatever progress we’ve made in the past fifty years promoting sexual agency and reducing the shame and stigma of female sexuality. Personally, that’s not really a path I want to go down. Do you?


11/11/2019 10:07pm

Margaret Wilkerson Sexton will be talking about her new novel "The Revisioners" at Flyleaf Books on Nov. 12. Photo courtesy of Melissa Schmidt.

Margaret Wilkerson Sexton's upcoming book talk discusses women and racial identities

“As a Southern community, there’s a lot that Margaret Wilkerson Sexton talks about in this book that is particularly tied to the South, like the legacy of the slavery and of the Southern white aristocracy,” Smart said. “I think both are legacies that are really influential on the way that UNC students engage with the world, so having a sort of insight on those issues from the perspective of someone that’s not a UNC student could be influential and important.”