By Tomi Adeboyejo Gabriella Estevez felt empowered as she left Stamp Student Union on Thursday. On Feb. 9, Estevez was one of several students who attended the “Purpose, Pipelines, and Presence Intentionality in Graduate Education Diversity,” presented by the Office of Graduate Diversity and Inclusion.
By Makayla Johnson The Bleacher Report recently wrote an article on a closer look of the NFL’s protocol for athletes who have been involved in domestic violence allegations.
By Simret Aklilu Less than two weeks after his inauguration, President Donald Trump signed an executive order last Friday, banning refugees and immigrants from Iran, Iraq, Sudan, Somalia, Libya, Yemen and Syria from entering the country for 120 days. People from seven countries, which are composed of predominantly Muslim citizens, were subject to the extreme … Continue reading
By Myleah Lofland On one of TV’s biggest nights for sports, performers also get their chance to shine in before and during the Super Bowl. This year’s performers were solid, but not explosive.
By Lexi Russell SweetSexySavage is R&B singer Kehlani’s third major project, after her mixtapes “Cloud 19” and “You Should Be Here,” however, it is her first official studio album. The 19 tracks on the album speak volumes to young people everywhere on topics about love, growing pains, and self-empowerment. Anticipation for the album was enlarged … Continue reading