April 2016

April 2016 Opinion

HBCUs Are Relevant: Black Grads Matter!

These days, many people think that historically black colleges and universities are not as relevant as they were when they came into existence over 100 years ago. In fact, many people believe that HBCUs should not only be for African Americans and should become more diverse. I say they are […]

April 2016 News & Features

Turning Lemons into Lemonade

Over this past weekend, Beyonce Knowles Carter dropped her latest and most anticipated album “Lemonade”. On April 23, HBO released the album during a special titled after the album. With the visuals and deep lyrics you couldn’t help but be attentive the whole time. Beyonce wrote and produced the entire […]

April 2016 Uncategorized

Who has our back

By Kendall Morrison The cancellation of a party this past weekend that was supposed to be part of Spring Fling has frustrated students and caused some to ask whether student leaders are working hard enough to make campus entertainment events successful. The Campus Activities Board and the Sophomore Council were […]

April 2016 Uncategorized

Baartman & Me

By Amber Hagin Natalie Bullock-Brown, an assistant professor in the Media and Communications Department, first got the idea for her documentary when her 10-year-old daughter told her, “I don’t like my nose.” Ms. Bullock-Brown realized that her daughter’s perception of beauty was being shaped by the fact that she attended […]