By: Nayo Campbell Michael B. Jordan. Michael B. Jordan. Michael BAE. Jordan. That’s all you really need to say to get girls young and old out to the theater to see the new movie Creed 2. You only need to say the name once but I said it three times for your suspense. But for […]Read More Creed 2: A Classic Boxing Story Doubling As A Needed Love Story.
by Fatou Drammeh After a cop fatally shot 18-year-old Michael Brown Jr. in Ferguson, Missouri in 2014, African American activism has grown rapidly. For the past four years, people all across the country have protested and joined the Black Lives Matter movement, some gaining major attention from the public. Hashtags, signs and T-shirts covered the […]Read More 24-Year-Old Son of Ferguson Activist Found Dead
by Fatou Drammeh The United States midterm election was Tuesday November 6, 2018. With governorships and several seats in U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives all open, it was labeled by many as the most important election of our lifetime. This election had the power to shape the United States as the legislative branch […]Read More Election Day 2018 at the Mecca
By: Shayla Farrow Mrs. Carol Dudley, announced on August 24th that she would no longer be working with Howard University due to financial reasons. Her Facebook post led to a mass outcry from students and sparked the #bringmsdudleyback movement on social media. Mrs. Dudley met with President Frederick after the movement went […]Read More HU Student’s Fight For Mrs. Dudley’s Return
By: Shayla Farrow Ben’s Chili Bowl celebrated its 60th anniversary with a free block party on Wednesday, August 22. The block party took place in front of the restaurant from 11 am to 3pm and included a rock climbing wall, bounce house for the kids, guest speakers, and live performances. Attendees were also able to […]Read More Ben’s Chili Bowl Celebrates its 60th Anniversary
Authored By: Maia Regman @maia_melanin Founder of @150Bison Yesterday I swag surfed with 12 other HBCU students with a campus recruiter and the only question that needed to be asked was the one we were all wondering: which way were we starting on first? If that sentence left you lost, I can assure you that […]Read More An Open Letter to Campus Recruiters: Diversity Edition