Fall 2015

Christi Hurt and the Carolina Women’s Center

By Sarah Muzzillo Christi Hurt knew from a young age that she wanted to make the world a better place. Now serving as the director of the Carolina Women’s [...]

Tanya Jisa: Benevolence Farm

By Lisa Dzera After being in prison for many years, assimilating to life on the outside and finding a job upon release is anything but easy. There’s the [...]

Kimber Thomas

Interview by Liv Linn Kimber Thomas is a native of Jackson, Mississippi. She received her bachelor’s degree in English from Alcorn State University and [...]

Ivana Chan

1. What is one of your proudest accomplishments and why? Between the summer of 2014 and the fall of 2015, I worked as an active Co-Chair of Rethink: [...]

Mars Ee: Root Sister

Interview and photographs by Alice Wilder A conversation with Mars Ee who is, in their own words, “a queer femme in the south trying to dig into to their [...]

Dakota Powell

Dakota Powell is a senior at UNC-Chapel Hill double majoring in public policy and women’s and gender studies. On campus, they are actively involved in [...]

Christina Townsend

1. What is one of your proudest accomplishments and why? I am a firm believer that our proudest accomplishments often derive from our most difficult [...]

The Womyn on WXYC

By Shilpa Kancharla WXYC is UNC’s student-run radio station, known for its eclectic range of music and goal of diversifying the community’s music [...]

Sierra Atwater

1. What is one of your proudest accomplishments and why? The summer after my first year, I earned the opportunity to do research at Johns Hopkins University [...]

Tia Holmes

Story and photo by Ellie Rodriguez. Most people like Tia are born with cerebral palsy (CP), or develop it very soon after birth. CP can affect people in [...]