Stop listening to the same overplayed artists and listen to these talented female musicians instead.
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The ups and downs of womanhood
While womanhood can come with its struggles, I would never want to give it up.
By women for women: paving the way for our rights
As Women’s History month commences, it’s important to reflect on impactful women who actively sought to attain equity between genders in a world of blatant misogyny and race-based discrimination.
Netflix’s new password sharing policy neglects college students
The streaming service that once declared “Love is sharing a password” is now punishing college students living outside of their household.
Lebron James is truly a King
On Feb. 7, LeBron James took the throne as the NBA’s all-time leading scorer, surpassing Kareem-Abdul Jabbar’s 38,387 points. With such a triumph, James has left an everlasting mark in the sports world.
Your future could be around the next corner
There is so much on this campus that is here for us, but if you never lift your head up to see it, how can it change your life?
Scrutiny behind biased award shows
Are shows that glorify specific artists biased or do they truly award the deserving parties?
Changemakers: five Black women who rewrote U.S. history
Black women’s accomplishments and contributions to U.S. history are commonly overlooked. It’s time to change that.
Highlighting Noname: rapper, activist, book club organizer
In addition to being a poet, rapper and record producer, Noname also runs a book club that promotes books written by authors of color. Support Black creatives by following Noname and the Noname Book Club.
Say their names. Emmett Till and Mamie Till-Mobley.
The movie “Till” showcases Mamie Till-Mobley’s decision to have an open casket for her son, Emmett Till, who was kidnapped and brutally beaten because of a malicious accusation made by Carolyn Bryant Donham. All suspects walked free and Donham faced no consequences after admitting she lied in her unpublished memoir in 2008.