Coraddi State Normal Magazine

Student Voices of the 1920s: The First Decade of the Coraddi

Established in 1897, the Coraddi is the longest running publication on the UNC Greensboro campus. Originally published as an art and literature journal under the name State Normal Magazine, it became the Coraddi when the school transitioned into the North Carolina College for Women in 1919. The new title derived from an amalgamation of the names of the Cornelian, […]

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The Coraddi Controversy of 1954

Page 15 of the Fall 1954 issue of the Coraddi, the art and literary magazine of the Woman’s College (now UNCG) featured a short story by student Mary Wells Edward titled “Dinah.” But, the page also contained an unrelated pen and ink drawing of a nude man. The drawing was done by Lee Hall, a […]