Tiasia Saunders

Ticketmaster and Live Nation Entertainment Change Live Music Experience  for Concert go-ers
Fact-Checks, For the Record, Music, Quick Hits

Ticketmaster and Live Nation Entertainment Change Live Music Experience  for Concert go-ers

By: Mekala Seme, student writer Eboni Brown was ecstatic when she secured pre-sale tickets to attend SZA’s “SOS” tour show at the Capital One Area in Washington, D.C. on Feb. 26. As an avid concert go-er, the North Carolina native and Howard University student has become a master at securing concert tickets using the infamous…

Gen Z Expects Companies to Take Social Responsibility
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Gen Z Expects Companies to Take Social Responsibility

By Keely Aouga, student writer Maya Thurston, a graduating senior at Howard University, is beginning her search for post-graduation positions among many recent graduates hoping to land their first full-time jobs.  As a multi-hyphenate, Thurston’s is skilled in advertising, marketing, production, and much more making her a viable candidate for a variety of positions.  Even…

A Light on Georgia Ave
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A Light on Georgia Ave

The significance of a tiny floral shop in the D.C. community. By: Kareema Bangura, student writer For many of us, Georgia Ave is an ordinary street in the DC area- we see it endlessly filled with various shops and people from all the world. To me, this very avenue lies the heart of humanity- right…

The 13/50 Myth
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The 13/50 Myth

By: Badi Cross, student reporter Since the inception of this country, and especially after its federal elimination of slavery, the United States has painted Black people into the stereotype of being naturally predisposed to being violent criminals. Countless examples from the media, government and law enforcement of this mass defamation of an entire race have…

A Fellow Bison’s Death and Its Impact on Family Members and the HU Community
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A Fellow Bison’s Death and Its Impact on Family Members and the HU Community

By: Tiasia Saunders, Editor-in-Chief of TBT Tiffany Ahianor’s high school graduation picture. Photos Courtesy of Nathalie Ahianor-Kongo and Jasmine Jones  Tiffany Ahianor was an outgoing and caring 20-year-old psychology major at Howard University. She committed suicide on Nov. 21, 2021, and her family members and friends are still grappling with it.  “You would have had…

Podcast: The Connection Between Social Media and Crime
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Podcast: The Connection Between Social Media and Crime

Over the past several years, social media has taken the world by storm. It has become the primary method of connection to our family, friends, and business and has given us access to the world without having to leave our doorstep. While a tool this powerful has many positive outcomes, some would deem social media…

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Social Medias Complex Connection to Crime and Justice

Social Media has dominated multiple industries over the last two decades. The evolution of social media has been fueled by the human impulse to communicate and by advances in digital technology. It’s about establishing and nurturing personal connections in a way we couldn’t before. However the rise of social media has also had an unanticipated…

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