The Herald’s own Jazlyn Moock talks to us about the possible downfall of the infamous standardized test, the SAT, and how recent findings of bias may lead to it’s demise. Continue reading So Long SAT?
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?
The trailablazers who made it possible for African-Americans to carve out a place in American sports. Continue reading African-Americans in Sports During the 20th Century
A look at the contrbituions of great African-Americans writers to the hisotry of the country’s literature and the enduring legacies of their works. Continue reading Black History Month: Art and Literature Spotlight
The great politicians and activists of the past who paved the way for the African-Americans prominent in politics today. Continue reading Black History Month: Politicians of the Past
An examination of African-Americans in prominent political offices. Continue reading African Americans in Politics
The Herald’s own Jazlyn Moock speaks on the history of jazz, and what makes it so important in African American Culture. Continue reading Jazz Speaks for Life
The Herald’s own Adrian Duah-Mensah takes on BHM week by talking about the rise of the Black Lives Matter Movement. Continue reading The Rise of the Black Lives Matter Movement
Music can be a gateway to another realm, another time. Continue reading Secret Places of the Soul
Five things that are not accptable to do under ANY cirumstances. Continue reading If You do Any of These Five Things, You ARE THE WORST
Our JoAnn Snavely explains why Saturday Night Live is so important. Continue reading Saturday Night Live: Informing Those Who Don’t Want to Be Informed
Our Newsie newbie, Gabrielle London gives her review of the Netflix hit, “The Queen’s Gambit.” Continue reading Chess Takeover- The Queen’s Gambit
The onset of the global health crisis is disproportionately negatively impacting ESL students. Here’s how abd why. Continue reading ESL Students and COVID-19
How can we make sure everyone represented in our educational curriculum? Continue reading Diversifying School Curriculum