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Black Panthers fall prey to ‘Judas’

Black Panthers fall prey to ‘Judas’

Alexis Page, [email protected] March 1, 2021

What comes to mind when you hear “Black Panther?” It’s completely fine if Marvel’s blockbuster superhero is your answer. Our story, however, deals with a group now overshadowed by the Wakadan savior.  The...

Movie night screening spreads awareness, educates students on systemic racism

Movie night screening spreads awareness, educates students on systemic racism

Adrena Williams, [email protected] March 1, 2021

Meilan Whitaker sat in rapt attention with her eyes glued to the screen in front of her as she watched the movie shown on Thursday evening to honor Black History Month. Movie night was hosted by CAB,...

Warhawks ‘Dance It Out,’ learn about history of break-dancing with International Student Association

Warhawks ‘Dance It Out,’ learn about history of break-dancing with International Student Association

Uchechi Owunna, [email protected] March 1, 2021

“Left knee in, left knee out, right knee in, right knee out.” Nishant Shrestha stood in front of the Activity Center’s multipurpose room and guided Warhawks as they did the Tootsie Roll across the...

Bach to Life: Cellist strings music magic

Bach to Life: Cellist strings music magic

Alexis Page, [email protected] February 15, 2021

Notes bowed on the strings of a cello can accentuate somber tragedies yet boost whimsical fairy tales. And that is exactly what Christopher Adkins did Feb. 9 as he performed a concert with pianist Richard...

‘Blindspotting’ copes with witnessing murder

‘Blindspotting’ copes with witnessing murder

Alexis Page, [email protected] February 15, 2021

Here’s an understatement: We live in crazy times. People severing family ties due to political differences. A virus depriving us of our comfy lives we took for granted. Worst of all, unarmed and innocent...

NAACP help Warhawks workout from home

NAACP help Warhawks workout from home

Ashlyn Dupree, [email protected] February 15, 2021

Sweat dripping from their foreheads, Mikayla Broadnax and Jala Anderson pushed their bodies to the limit at Get Fit with NAACP this past week. Every night, for one week, the National Association for the...

Experience diversity ‘One Night’ with 4 Black heroes

Experience diversity ‘One Night’ with 4 Black heroes

Alexis Page, [email protected] February 8, 2021

Let’s travel back to the 1960s. Wars in Vietnam raged with anxious eyes on televisions and anti-war protests. America was traumatized from President John F. Kennedy’s assassination. The civil rights...

Guide to COVID-19 Valentine’s

Guide to COVID-19 Valentine’s

Ashlyn Dupree, [email protected] February 8, 2021

 Compared to last year’s COVID-free Valentine’s Day, you may not feel comfortable going out to celebrate.  But, there are plenty of fun activities to do with your significant other and friends...

Warhawks share their best Valentine’s Day stories

Warhawks share their best Valentine’s Day stories

February 8, 2021

Raphael Akinpelu My ideal Valentine’s Day would be filled with me showing acts of love toward my girlfriend and loved ones.  More than gifts, it is the small things and the intentions that matter...

Black Grandeur: Warhawks talk favorite Black figures

Black Grandeur: Warhawks talk favorite Black figures

Alexis Page, [email protected] February 8, 2021

Martin Luther King, Jr. Malcolm X. Michelle Obama. Kamala Harris. These people pop up often when talking about beloved African American figures. Schools teach about King as early as elementary. It’s...

Film addresses vulnerable 'Pieces' of motherhood

Film addresses vulnerable ‘Pieces’ of motherhood

Alexis Page, [email protected] February 1, 2021

Let me tell a personal story: My older sister was born in 1985. I was born in 1999. My mother had painful C-sections for both of us–she still bears those surgical marks today. Before my birth, she had...

Harlem: Heartland of African American arts

Harlem: Heartland of African American arts

Alexis Page, [email protected] February 1, 2021

Black History Month is in the air. You can smell grandma’s homemade fried chicken and gumbo 100 miles away, hear your parents’ outdated funk records and see lesson plans about Martin Luther King, Jr....

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