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Monday November 28th

Kennedy Cox


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Opinion

Column: #Gaylor — when speculation goes too far

"We continue to watch cisgender and heterosexual artists (or artists who have yet to come out) benefit and profit from their support and enthusiasm for the LGBTQ+ community, yet artists who are within the community continue to struggle with gaining recognition for their own contributions. It is okay to analyze and absorb media and art through a queer lens, but to speculate over someone’s unconfirmed sexuality does nothing but darken the shadow that falls over those who do represent the queer community."

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Dozens of people gather in celebration of the opening of the NPHC Legacy Plaza on UNC's campus. The plaza represents the University's nine historically Black fraternities and sororities for their contributions to the campus community.

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Zack Hawkins, the director of development for UNC Student Affairs, provides welcoming remarks to the dozens of people gathered in celebration of the opening of the NPHC Legacy Plaza on UNC's campus. The plaza represents the University's nine historically Black fraternities and sororities for their contributions to the campus community.

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Dozens of people gather in celebration of the opening of the NPHC Legacy Plaza on UNC's campus. The plaza represents the University's nine historically Black fraternities and sororities for their contributions to the campus community.

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UNC students protest the Genocide Awareness Project being displayed at Polk Place on Monday, Oct. 24, 2022. The project is a "mobile display" shown around the country by the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform, an anti-abortion organization with no medical accreditation.

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UNC students protest the Genocide Awareness Project being displayed at Polk Place on Monday, Oct. 24, 2022. The project is a "mobile display" shown around the country by the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform, an anti-abortion organization with no medical accreditation.

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UNC students protest the Genocide Awareness Project being displayed at Polk Place on Monday, Oct. 24, 2022. The project is a "mobile display" shown around the country by the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform, an anti-abortion organization with no medical accreditation.

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UNC students protest the Genocide Awareness Project being displayed at Polk Place on Monday, Oct. 24, 2022. The project is a "mobile display" shown around the country by the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform, an anti-abortion organization with no medical accreditation.

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20221024_cox_university-quad-exhibition-2022

UNC students protest the Genocide Awareness Project being displayed at Polk Place on Monday, Oct. 24, 2022. The project is a "mobile display" shown around the country by the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform, an anti-abortion organization with no medical accreditation.

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20221024_cox_university-quad-exhibition-2022

UNC students protest the Genocide Awareness Project being displayed at Polk Place on Monday, Oct. 24, 2022. The project is a "mobile display" shown around the country by the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform, an anti-abortion organization with no medical accreditation.

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