Maddie Ellis


Art from Fahamu Pecou's "DO or DIE: Affect, Ritual, Resistance" on display at the Stone Center. Photo courtesy of The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art at the College of Charleston.

Stone Center exhibit aims to reframe Black existence

Fahamu Pecou's exhibit at the Sonja Haynes Stone Center explores Black resiliency through a combination of West African tradition and hip hop culture. The showcase coincides with the Stone Center's wider project addressing perspectives that surround 1619 and slavery in America.

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UNC gamers offer female perspectives about harassment while playing online

“It’s hard to have a discussion because video games are so new, but hyper-sexualization of women and sexism are so old." Female gamers from UNC talked to us about the harassment and sexism they experience while online. A constant barrage of sexual comments, reporting female users as bots or inappropriate to get them removes and other tactics are just the beginning of what these women have to deal with.