Harry Potter. Star Wars. The Lion King. All of these iconic stories have one thing in common: the Hero’s Journey. What is it, and can you tell a story without it? Continue reading Can You Tell A Story without the Hero’s Journey?
By: Vivian Shillingsburg Black History Month is usually only focused on significant stories and events in history. Schools may teach about slavery or notable activists such as Dr. Martin Luther King. Schools aren’t teaching about a lot of the most … Continue reading Stories in Black History That You May Not Know About
A.K.A. how slavery left a mark on black American culture that isn’t going away anytime soon, if ever. Continue reading Returning to Your Roots: Just How Important Was Ghana’s Year of Return?
Little do we ever talk about black leaders in the movement for LGBTQ+ rights. Lily Weeks aims to fix that. Continue reading Pay It No Mind: A Spotlight On Marsha P. Johnson
It’s 2020, but harmful stereotypes tracing back to the days of slavery still hold black students back. Breya Young dives deep into her personal experience with stereotypical standards. Continue reading Stereotypical Standards
About a month ago, the Super Bowl halftime show sparked some…interesting conversations. It also illustrated the cultural divide between traditional American culture and the country’s growing Latin American population. Continue reading What Was Up With That Halftime Show?
It’s been a little over a month since the tragic death of Kobe Bryant. But his Mamba Mentality lives on through all of us, writes Aiden Holczer in his tribute. Continue reading Remembering Kobe Bryant
He’s one of the, if not the, most legendary person to pick up a guitar. Jimi Hendrix thrust the 6-string electric guitar into the spotlight almost single-handedly in just four short years, and the influence he left behind following his untimely death in 1970 is still felt today. Continue reading The Influence of Jimi Hendrix
A refreshing take by writer, Aiden Holczer on the NFL’s coaching carousel. “The week following the last regular season game in the NFL is a week that is filled with surprising and unsurprising coaching changes.” Continue reading Grading NFL Head Coaching Hires
2019 is over, but its glorious memes will live forever. Here are the best of the best, according to you! Continue reading Happy New Years Meme! Here Are the Top Memes of 2019!
With 2019 in the rear-view, let’s take a look back at the good, bad and ugly of Hollywood’s year. Continue reading Hollywood’s 2019: A Complete Recap
What in the world is going on with the US and Iran? As writer Twumasi Duah-Mensah explains, “forget about everything that happened. You won’t be able to understand any of it if you don’t understand what the US wants to do in the Middle East.” Continue reading US Airstrikes on Iran—The China Factor
There are some fashion bandwagons everyone wants to hop onto. These, trends on the other hand, make us lose faith in humanity. Continue reading Top 5 Most Hideous Fashion Trends for 2020: I’m Scared