Kavanaugh confirmation harmful to women’s rights
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Kavanaugh confirmation harmful to women’s rights

Pictured is Brett Kavanaugh. Photo from Kavanaugh’s official twitter page. By LaRey Wright Brett Kavanaugh has been officially confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court, replacing former U.S. Suprement Court Justice Judge Anthony Kennedy. During his years on the court, Kenney tended to vote liberally regarding women’s rights issues. Kavanaugh, on the other hand, has a … Continue reading


Is college worth it?

By Antonio Garland College is a time where one gets to meet different individuals and learn many things about the world. For most people the mail goal of going to college is to obtain a better life. However, with the process of getting a degree and dealing with the aftermath one has to wonder, is … Continue reading

Campus Life / Education / Health / Uncategorized

A campaign to save one breast at a time

By Omar Ross Norfolk State University’s editing publications course, taught by mass communications professor and adviser, Dr. Morgan Kirby took an unconventional route this semester. Instead of taking quizzes and writing papers, the class created a breast cancer awareness campaign which included a mini-magazine, a rap cypher and video interviews with survivors. The graduate-level editing … Continue reading

Beyoncé funds HBCU scholarship Program
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Beyoncé funds HBCU scholarship Program

By Keona Frasier Following a historical performance at the 2018 Coachella Music Festival, Beyoncé, through the BeyGOOD initiative, has announced that one student from four different historically black colleges or universities (HBCUs) will be awarded with a $25,000 scholarship through the Homecoming Scholars Award Program. The 2018-2019 academic year’s BeyGOOD scholars program will be extended … Continue reading

Campus Life / Lifestyle / Uncategorized

Norfolk State’s newest leaders on plans for change

By Skyler Sales On March 25th, the students of Norfolk State University selected juniors Astra Armstrong and Zipporah Gatling as the new Student Government Association president and vice president. Also, students crowned sophomore, Starlet Windham and junior, Myron Simon, Jr. as the new Mister and Miss NSU. The newly elected representatives have already started implementing … Continue reading

Campus Life

Recognizing social work

By Kori Wiggins March is National Professional Social Work Month, and an opportunity to celebrate social worker’s contributions and achievements to society. Norfolk State University’s, Ethelyn R. Strong School of Social Work, is among the many programs developed to cover a variety of aspects in the field of social work including public health, addictions and … Continue reading

Business / Featured / U.S. News

Senate moves to remove DCTAG

By Imajae Johnson A recent federal budget proposal, could result in the elimination of the D.C. Tuition Assistance Grant program, or DCTAG, by one-fourth. This tuition aid program helps thousands of D.C. residents afford college. Currently, the government provides $40 million to the program, giving city students an affordable college option. The students of the … Continue reading


The NBA Playoff picture

By Amsu Warner The 2017-2018 NBA Playoffs are approaching as the regular season comes to an end. The playoff race has been tight in each conference as teams across the league attempt to secure one of the eight seeds. For the Eastern Conference, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers are no longer the team to … Continue reading