The Ingenious Passive Representation of DuVernay’s “A Wrinkle In Time”

By | Simone Williams   Disney’s “A Wrinkle In Time” premiered in theatres nationwide this passed Friday. The movie has already been called “imaginative,” “magical” and a “love letter to black girls.” Much black hype surrounding the release of this film was due to expectations that it continue the greatness that was “Black Panther.” Where […]

Get up and get out!

By|Destiny McIntosh According to the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, “Childhood obesity is a national epidemic. Nearly 1 in 3 children (ages 2-19) in the United States is overweight or obese, putting them at risk for serious health problems.” Many parents hear the words “obese” and “overweight” and began to panic but in fact the […]

Solar power options in Tallahassee

By| Destiny McIntosh Going green and reducing your carbon footprint one step at a time. The City of Tallahassee is now offering solar power for local residents. The city of Tallahassee is now offering more green friendly ways to help you and your family reduce your carbon trail. How it works, customers will receive all […]

She nailed it !

By|Destiny McIntosh   From the sunny south to the capital city, this young entrepreneur is creating a lane of her own and demolishing the industry along the way. Sydnee Freeman, 22, was like any normal college student. She loved the glitz and glam that came along with college life. After realizing her own talents and […]

Finding your Purpose

Words by: La’Kayra Larramore I doubt I am the only student who feels this but have you ever asked yourself why you are here. I am pretty sure you have wondered what your purpose is on this earth. Sadly, anytime someone brings up the topic of purpose, we shrug away in the corner in fear […]

Surviving the Twenty-somethings

Words by: La’Kayra Larramore What is that you say? You are a twenty-something sham who will never have your life together? Well, join the party because we all occasionally feel this way. We all have those days where we feel as though we are far behind. We look jealously around at our Instagram peers and […]

March marks the month of women

By| Brianna Hicks Women’s History Month is an annual celebration done in March. The celebration highlights contributions by women from history and in in the world today. 2018 is the year of the woman. The stars are all aligned and have directed the path for women to be great. Stuck in a period, where the […]

Beyonce tops charts

By| Brianna Hicks Top off was released in the past week, and as usual, Beyonce saved the song. Since her 2016 Lemonade album release, she has become the symbol of modern womanism. In every track she has been on since Lemonade, she mentions some womanist praise. She continued the trend in her verse on the […]

College or Naw?

By| Brianna Hicks For decades students have been faced with the decision to where they would further their education. College for some is a dream, but to some, it can be a burden-  financially, or they just do not have the desire to go. Some students feel as if not going to college is a […]