Monique will graduate from UNC-Chapel Hill in May 2017 with majors in Southern studies and women’s and gender studies.
As part of the Robertson scholarship, Monique is also completing a degree at Duke University in documentary studies. After graduation, Monique will pursue a career in digital storytelling. She aspires to tell stories about the changing American South, women, and the LGBTQ community.
Organizer Laura Bannister says no one should have to leave their community to celebrate Pride. Despite some resistance from the community, the city was overwhelmed by the turnout.
Manhattan's eruv may be the most expensive in the world. It is a thin fishing line above the skyline that encircles the island, allowing observant Jews to leave their homes on the Sabbath.
The ferry service on Cape Cod has a new very old sound. The Steamship Authority scoured the country for historic steam whistles to replace the more modern and abrasive sounding air horns.