In the News

Karen L. Cox, Professor. History. November 02, 2018. The Daily Beast. "Time to Expose the Women Still Celebrating the Confederacy".

Kelly Finley, Faculty. Women\'s and Gender Studies. October 16, 2018. WFAE Charlotte Talks. "Charlotte Talks: How We Talk About Sexual Assault And Who To Believe".

John Szmer, Faculty. Political Science and Public Administration. October 08, 2018. WFAE Charlotte Talks. "What The Supreme Court Battle Over Kavanaugh Means For a Divided Nation".

Karen L. Cox, Professor. History. October 06, 2018. Salon. "7 Things the United Daughters of the Confederacy might not want you to know about them".

Karen L. Cox, Professor. History. October 04, 2018. Hattiesburg American. "USM alum Karen Cox to talk about, sign copies of ‘Goat Castle’ at Hattiesburg Library".

Nakisa Glover, Alumni. Biological Sciences. September 28, 2018. Think Progress. "This map shows which communities need the most help in a disaster".

Karen L. Cox, Professor. History. September 28, 2018. The Progressive Pulse. "Expert on Confederate Statues: It’s about rewriting history".

Daniel Shealy, Faculty. English. September 28, 2018. Hollywood Reporter. "“Why ‘Little Women’ Is Experiencing an Onscreen Renaissance”".

Eric Heberlig, Faculty. Political Science and Public Administration. September 27, 2018. WBTV. "Local College Students Weigh in on Supreme Court Nominee Hearing."

John Szmer, F. Political Science and Public Administration. September 17, 2018. WFAE Charlotte Talks. "The Politics of Our Court System".

Ryan Kilmer, Faculty. Psychological Science. September 17, 2018. CNN. "‘The Maria Generation’: Young people are dying and suffering on an island with a highly uncertain future".

Nakisa Glover, Alumni. Biological Sciences. September 15, 2018. Mic.com. "Hurricane Florence could devastate poor communities of color, experts warn".

Min Jiang, Faculty. Communication Studies. September 04, 2018. Deutsche Welle (German media outlet). "Google at 20".

Tiffany Gallicano, faculty. Communication Studies. September 04, 2018. WSOC-TV. "Colin Kaepernick’s Nike deal prompts flurry of debate online".

Karen L. Cox, Professor. History. August 30, 2018. CNN. "Renaming a building for McCain doesn’t erase history".

Nikolai Mather, Student. Political Science and Public Administration. August 24, 2018. QNotes. "Patience, Love & Swedish Fish".

Eric Heberlig, Faculty. Political Science and Public Administration. August 24, 2018. WCNC. "President Trump attending fundraiser in Mooresville next Friday".

Mary T. Harper and Bertha Maxwell-Roddey, Faculty Emeritus. English and Africana Studies. August 23, 2018. Q City Metro. "Gantt Center honors its ‘founding mothers’".

Karen Cox, Faculty. History. August 21, 2018. Courthouse News Service. "University Leaders Condemn Confederate Statue Toppling in North Carolina".

Karen Cox, Faculty. History. August 21, 2018. The Washington Post. "‘Silent Sam’: A racist Jim Crow-era speech inspired UNC students to topple a Confederate monument on campus".

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