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Dance Crazes: 2011 to Now
LIFE+STYLE, Multimedia

Dance Crazes: 2011 to Now

By Imara Bright-Johnson, Staff Writer Posted 7:50 PM EST, Mon., Apr. 3, 2017 The Cat Daddy: 2011 While most of us were in middle school, the “Cat Daddy” became extremely popular. California party scene hip-hop group, the Rej3ctz, released this song in March 2011 and it quickly became the top most requested song at most…

Google Plans to Train Howard Students in Coding
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Google Plans to Train Howard Students in Coding

By Jerry Augustin, Contributing Writer Posted 2:30 AM EST, Sat., April 1, 2017 In an effort to increase diversity in their technical roles, Google has come to a partnership with Howard University to open Howard West, “a three-month, summer Computer Science residency for rising juniors and seniors in the University’s Computer Science program,” according to…

Students React To 16-Page Letter From Concerned Administrators, Faculty, and Staff
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Students React To 16-Page Letter From Concerned Administrators, Faculty, and Staff

By Kai Sinclair, Staff Writer Posted 2:30 AM EST, Sat., Apr. 1, 2017 Updated 10:00 PM EST, Sun., Apr. 2, 2017 A 16-page letter, written by an unnamed group of “Concerned Howard University Administrators, Faculty, and Staff” calling for Howard President Wayne A.I. Frederick to resign from his position, was sent to The Hilltop newsroom…

COLUMN: Thanks for Nothing, Donald
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COLUMN: Thanks for Nothing, Donald

By David DePriest, Columnist Posted 1:55 AM EST, Sat., March 11, 2017 This one is personal. On Tuesday, Feb. 28, President Donald Trump, flanked by a room of HBCU presidents and advisors, signed an executive order that did absolutely nothing. Or next to nothing. The “White House Initiative to Promote Excellence and Innovation at Historically…

Power To The Pen: Student Media Matters
Opinion

Power To The Pen: Student Media Matters

The Hilltop Expresses To Howard University That Student Media Is Still Media. By The Hilltop Editorial Board Posted 9:20 PM EST, Thurs., Sept. 1, 2016 On Thursday, First Lady Michelle Obama paid an impromptu visit to Howard University alongside Seth Meyers and Nick Cannon for a panel discussion about her Reach Higher initiative. Among those at the…

What You Need to Know About Trump’s Syrian Airstrike
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What You Need to Know About Trump’s Syrian Airstrike

By Kai Sinclair, Staff Writer Posted 9:45 PM EST, Fri., Apr. 21, 2017 President Donald Trump increased the nation’s involvement in Syria’s six-year civil war when he ordered a fleet of about 60 missiles to be fired at the Shayrat airbase on April 6 in response to a chemical attack allegedly carried out by the…

Murder Streamed Over Facebook Live
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Murder Streamed Over Facebook Live

By Justin Cohen, Staff Writer Posted 10;00 PM EST, Fri., Apr. 21, 2017 An elderly man was murdered on the morning of Easter Sunday by a man who appeared to want to send a message to his ex-girlfriend through his social media account. The grisly murder was streamed to Facebook Live. Robert Godwin, Sr., a…

COLUMN: Why Black Women Are Tired of Rallying Around White Feminists
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COLUMN: Why Black Women Are Tired of Rallying Around White Feminists

By Christian-Alexis Bacon, Contributing Writer Posted 9:30 PM EST, Fri., Apr. 21, 2017 In January, the day after the inauguration of now President Donald Trump, the National Women’s March took place in Washington D.C. Nearly a half million white women came to the area in support of the movement. On the Women’s March website, the…

OVERVIEW: Gorsuch Confirmed for Supreme Court After Partisan Infighting and Chicanery
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OVERVIEW: Gorsuch Confirmed for Supreme Court After Partisan Infighting and Chicanery

By David DePriest, Columnist Posted 9:30 AM EST, Fri., Apr. 21, 2017 On Monday, April 10, Neil Gorsuch was confirmed to the Supreme Court, ending a historic bough of partisan infighting and parliamentary proceedings that ultimately gutted one of the Senate’s longest standing customs. Gorsuch, picked by President Donald Trump to fill the seat vacated…

Campus

Follow-Up: Male Flasher Reportedly Harassing Women In Chemistry Building

By Kaylin Young While some students use their schools’ study lounges to prep for finals, students in the Chemistry building are avoiding just that while the search for a male flasher continues. Last month, students reported a black male in his mid-thirties exposing and pleasuring himself in the Chemistry lounge. After campus police were called…

Campus

President Frederick Holds Town Hall In Blackburn

By Kaylin Young Howard University President Wayne A.I. Frederick sat down in Blackburn Student Centerfor a town hall meeting where he answered questions from students, faculty, and alumni on topics ranging from tuition changes to Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos’ campus visit, Monday, April 17. Questions submitted via email and the town hall was moderated…

Kendrick Lamar’s “HUMBLE.” Ignites Controversy
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Kendrick Lamar’s “HUMBLE.” Ignites Controversy

By Chantè Russell, Staff Writer Posted 8:00 PM EST, Thurs., Apr. 16, 2017 Kendrick Lamar has given us more than enough to talk about lately. From his surprise release of “The Heart Part 4,” to the astounding visuals for his latest song, “HUMBLE.” However, some have overlooked this and turned the conversation to Kendrick’s alleged…

D.C. Public Schools Launch Empowerment Program for Young Women
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D.C. Public Schools Launch Empowerment Program for Young Women

By Kai Sinclair, Staff Writer Posted 12:30 AM EST, Sun., Apr. 9, 2017` On Monday, March 27, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser and D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Antwan Wilson announced the launch of ‘Reign: Empowering Young Women as Leaders,’ an initiative that will support DCPS’s young women of color. Through a citywide conference for girls of…

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