By McKenzie Marshall, Contributing Writer A screening of Sean McAllister’s “A Syrian Love Story” was hosted by The Frontline Club on Wednesday, September 24 to show people what’s really happening in Syria. The screening was followed by a panel discussion. The film focused on a Syrian family struggling to keep their family together during a revolution of over throwing the Assad regime. McAllister followed the couple … Continue reading A Syrian Love Story
By Daja Henry, Contributing Writer In the midst of a gloomy Homecoming, Howard University students trekked to the Daughters of the American Revolution Constitution Hall on Saturday, October 3rd for the Greek Step Show. Many hoped for this show to revive the frail Homecoming spirit after a cold, rainy day that began with a disappointing loss by the Howard University football team. At the start … Continue reading The Homecoming Step Show Goes All Out
By Daja Henry, Contributing Writer On Tuesday, September 22, National Voter Registration Day took place at Howard University. The purpose of the event was to get Howard students registered to vote for the upcoming presidential election in 2016 and to get them to realize the impact their votes can have. The event was organized by the Howard University College of Arts and Sciences Transcend Council. … Continue reading National Voter Registration Day Comes to Howard University
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Howard University student body will begin their march for justice to the National Mall with the following renowned organizations, Black Lawyers for Justice (Malik Zulu Shabazz as President) and the New Black Panther Party (Hashim Nzinga as National Chairman). The preliminary meeting convenes at 2400 Sixth Street Northwest, 7-10:30 a.m to rally for student power. Hundreds of thousands of other justice seeking … Continue reading Howard University Students, Community Leaders Set to March From Campus to National Mall on October 10
By Monesha Woods
“Come on in, baby!” These words were heard upon entering Wanda’s on 7th from the salon’s owner and namesake, Wanda Henderson, on a cold February morning. Though the brisk air followed inside the shop, it was quickly contradicted by Henderson’s warm, inviting presence. It was Monday, Feb. 23, and while most salons are typically empty at this time, Wanda’s on 7th, which sat between S and T Streets in the Shaw neighborhood, was filled with both men and women tending to their salon needs.
By Montrose Waite, Contributing Writer
A 34-year-old Foggy Bottom resident outlined his home remodeling plan to mix reception at the Ward 2 Advisory Neighborhood Commission meeting on April 15, 2015. Brian Murazesko, discussed a proposal to have construction made on his home. Murazesko completed law school in 2005 at Georgetown University and has been a resident in the ward of Foggy Bottom ever since. Murazesko and graphic designer Paul Wilson presented a slideshow displaying the construction that they wanted to get approved for the home. The slideshow, which displayed various features of the home, featured two of Murazesko’s home necessities: controversial roof deck and more space for his future family.