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Print Edition 2019-01-25 – QNotes

Trial, Terror and Treatment

Queers in the Holocaust

Stories have been written and films have portrayed what the life looked like of someone who was a marginalized community individual during the days of Nazi control. But those of queer survivors and the way in which they were treated have been difficult to retell for reasons known and unknown.

It’s cold outside and you’re feeling blue

Tips for getting out of the rut of Winter SAD-ness

Here we are at the end of January and there’s officially still a couple of months of winter to go. It’s at this time of the year that people get cabin fever, cagey, glum, as well as simply in a funk.

N.C. Black History Month Commemorations

State Historic Sites and Museums Share Rich Past

African-American history in North Carolina involves struggle, resistance, songs and celebrations. All of this will be showcased at various programs at venues of the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources.

Getting Past the VD Hump

Health & Wellness: How to Avoid Being in the 90 Percent

The VD in question here is Valentine’s Day, and the 90 percent refers to the number of new gym members who stop going by Feb. 14.

ECU center hosts ribbon cutting, open house

Carolinas News Notes

East Carolina University (ECU) held a ribbon cutting and open house for the newly named Dr. Jesse R. Peel LGBTQ Center. It became the largest center of its kind in the University of North Carolina system.