Feminism

This Week in the cleanse: Meat is murder but also… your misogyny is showing

By Lydia Shiel, Staff Columnist   Three dirty martinis on the rocks. Dirty. Rocks.. Dirty. Rocks.. Three. Rocks. Olive juice. “Do they want [...]

this week in The Cleanse: R&B Might Dismantle the Gender Binary

By Lydia Shiel, Staff Columnist You can tell a lot about a straight guy from the way he talks about Frank Ocean. If you want to understand the straight [...]

this week in “The Cleanse”: Why My Mom Won’t March

By Lydia Shiel, Staff Columnist I come from a place where people are Methodist if they aren’t Southern Baptist. The wealthy kids aren’t actually [...]

What The Aziz Ansari Case Tells Us About Rape Culture

By Olivia Neal, Content and Style Editor Since the news broke about Aziz Ansari’s sexual assault allegations, people throughout social media have had a [...]

For The Men Who Want Our Forgiveness.

By Olivia Neal, Content and Style Editor  This is a letter to all of the men who have apologized for abhorrent behavior [...]

“Keep Your Eyes on Hellerstedt”

NARAL Editorial Piece by Justine Schnitzler—NARAL Campus Representative, UNC-Chapel Hill   In 1973, Roe v. Wade legally consecrated a [...]

Rey: A Force of Nature

By Sarah Muzzillo I'm a brand new Star Wars fan. It's sad to admit, but I had never seen any of the movies prior to a couple months ago. I’m sure your jaw [...]

When I stopped giving a shit about my zit

By Sarah Muzzillo It’s been a long week. I’ve gone to bed around 1:30 a.m. and woken up at 8 a.m. for the past five days in a row – thanks to my first [...]

Stop HB 465

We’re going to make this quick, because we don’t have a lot of time. A terrible bill was just announced and it’s going to impact all of us here in North [...]

Sorority leaders must stop blaming survivors

I could never take another a swig of beer. I could dress “modestly” (whatever that means). I could never walk into a dark party and show my moves on the [...]