Breaking the Gender Barrier
In 1974 three significant student publications had female editors. Pictured left to right, Scottee Cantrell, editor of SHE; Susan Miller, editor of The Daily Tar Heel; and Emma Pullen, editor of Black Ink.
Literary Trumpet, November 12, 1846
The Literary Trumpet primarily contains jokes and short essays. The longest piece is a satire entitled “Early Reminiscences of C. Hill” which relates that “After the organization of the institution the first care of the trustees was to procure a proper victualler for the boys: and the secondary care was as a matter of course, an appropriate faculty.” This broadside is the only remaining vestige of this publication.
Hillel Voice, January 1944
This newsletter published by the UNC chapter of the B’nai B’rith Hillel organization is representative of the various publications produced by campus religious groups. Hillel Voice covers news of both local and national interest to the Jewish community.