Covid-19, News / May 20, 2020 Uncharted Waters for International Students

By Greer Jackson When Trevonae Williams arrived at Howard University in Washington, D.C., last fall, she never imagined that she would see her freshman year end prematurely — let alone because of a deadly pandemic sweeping across the globe. Williams is an honors journalism student from Manchester, Jamaica, and one of the many international students...

Covid-19, News / May 19, 2020 Trump Says He’s Taking Drug That Experts Warn Is Unproven–and Risky–in Treating Virus

By Kaylan Ware After touting the drug  hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for COVID-19 for weeks, President Trump has now disclosed that he is taking it himself as a precaution. In mid-March, Trump began making statements promoting the drug that have led to increased demand and limited availability of the antimalarial, arthritis and lupus treating medication....

Covid-19, Health, News / May 18, 2020 This Isn’t the First U.S. Pandemic. So Why Such Extreme Measures This Time?

By Nancy Vu As the number of people infected with COVID-19 passes 4.7 million, cases in the United States have reached more than 1.4 million  with at least 89,000 deaths as of May 17. Government and health officials seeking to “flatten the curve” of infection and deaths have ordered unprecedented social distancing measures that shut...

Black Millennials May Be Leaving the Church, But Not the Faith
Quick Hits, Religion

Black Millennials May Be Leaving the Church, But Not the Faith

Lukas Hartmann/Pexels By Rebecca Johnson Millennials across all races are attending church less, but black millennials’ church attendance has gone down the least out of all racial groups, according to a Pew Research Center study.  Thirty-eight percent of black millennials attend church on a weekly basis, which is 12 percentage points lower than older black…

Amid the Music Streaming Rush, a Vinyl Revival
A&E, Music, Quick Hits

Amid the Music Streaming Rush, a Vinyl Revival

By Spencer Green After nearly vanishing from store shelves and most households, vinyl records are making a strong comeback.   More than 16 million vinyl albums were sold in the U.S. in 2018, producing vinyl’s highest total revenue in 30 years, according to the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Of course, the $419 million…

Impeachment: Just How Does the Process Work?
For the Record

Impeachment: Just How Does the Process Work?

By Tia Humphries House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has announced an impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump, but what does that mean and how does the impeachment process work? The impeachment process is a protected right in the Constitution that is essential to holding the U.S. government accountable. As part of the government’s checks and balances,…

Why Your Favorite Songs Seem to Leave You Wanting More
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Why Your Favorite Songs Seem to Leave You Wanting More

By Alexandra Banks Have you ever been listening to a song from your favorite artist, and right when you’re starting to enjoy the song, it just…ends? Whether this song takes the form of an interlude or just a 90-second melodic experience, it seems as if artists are releasing teasers rather than full-length songs these days….

The Job-Hopping Generation?
Enduring Myths

The Job-Hopping Generation?

By Kyana Harris With over 75 million members, millennials became the largest generational group in the labor force in 2016. This group has very different values than the older generations. Their outlook on work has generated a lot of buzz, leading to them being known as the job-hopping generation. Data from a 2018 Visier research…

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