A Lesson in life and death.

by Ngozi Akingbesote Life, so lovely. Life, so beutiful. Life, so important. Yet life so undervalued. It has been filled by the curses of reality— Condemnation, foolish societal values and conformity. Death, so painful. Death, so sad. Death, so unforgiving. Yet death so peaceful. For how many people do you know in death worries about[…]

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by Jalen Russell He was just a young guy, Some would call him adventurous He was on his way to school He looked dangerous. See, he was in school to become a lawyer, And he was great at community leading He was a dreamer like Martin They said he was resisting. Resisting the chains forged[…]

Black Monologues:  Aiming to be even better than last year

By Brianna Hamblin News Editor Last year, the Black Monologues exceeded expectations and took everyone by surprise with its powerful and relatable performance.  This year, the Black Monologues are back.  Director and Producer, Micah Watson, and Assistant Director, Taylor Lamb, believe it will be bigger and even better with more actors and new stories. The[…]

Culture Shock

By Myliyah Hanna Congratulations! It is my pleasure to admit you into a predominantly white institution! Since the creation of this outstanding university, a plethora of students have attended and left their mark on the classrooms, on peers and future colleagues. As you join us now, you may experience a feeling of success and pride[…]