CAMPUS / November 4, 2019 Student Leaders Host Black Speechwriters for Inaugural Symposium

By Ashleigh Fields A group of six well-known black speechwriters graced the stage of the Founders Library Browsing Room for the Inaugural Black Speechwriters Symposium hosted by the Cathy Hughes School of Communications Student Council on Wednesday, Oct. 23. “I realized the impact of speechwriters given my background in speech and debate and knew I...

CAMPUS / November 1, 2019 Newseum Hosts Annual CHSOC Career Fair

By Nathan Easington, Contributing Reporter This year’s annual Cathy Hughes School of Communications career fair was held at the Newseum for the second consecutive year on Friday, Oct. 25. Although this will likely be the last time the career fair is held in the Newseum, as the building was sold to Johns Hopkins University for...

CAMPUS, Culture, LIFE+STYLE / October 31, 2019 Art Collective Makes Waves on Campus

By Arielle Williams While Howard University is renowned for its business school and graduate programs, the creative hub cultivated on Howard’s campus is equally as stimulating. Jaylin Ward, a sophomore journalism major, community development minor from the Bronx, NY is a fitting example of the innovation that the student body epitomizes.  Ward along with five...

CAMPUS, NEWS / October 23, 2019 Rep. Elijah Cummings Dies at 68

By Ashleigh Fields Last week on Oct. 17, Howard University and the United States lost the life of notable alumnus, Elijah Cummings. Most recently he served as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives for Maryland’s 7th congressional district. The district he served included mostly majority black neighborhoods throughout the city of Baltimore and...

CAMPUS, Culture, LIFE+STYLE / October 18, 2019 OPINION | The Gospel According to Ye

Sunday Service was on a Saturday By Jada Orr Sounds of organized noise and drum beats were rising, meeting the students and alum walking curiously up Georgia Avenue. The high notes seemed to whisper in the early morning winds of a homecoming weekend secret. Choral harmonies continued to rise and carried on to meet everyone...

CAMPUS / October 16, 2019 Kanye West’s Sunday Service Wakes Up The Campus

By Semira Robinson After a very eventful Yardfest on Friday afternoon, the early birds (and Bison) on campus were treated to a very special surprise at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 12. At 6:24 a.m. an official email notification was sent out by HU Communications and by 6:30 a.m. the sound of Kanye West’s choir...

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Student Leaders Host Black Speechwriters for Inaugural Symposium
CAMPUS

Student Leaders Host Black Speechwriters for Inaugural Symposium

By Ashleigh Fields A group of six well-known black speechwriters graced the stage of the Founders Library Browsing Room for the Inaugural Black Speechwriters Symposium hosted by the Cathy Hughes School of Communications Student Council on Wednesday, Oct. 23. “I realized the impact of speechwriters given my background in speech and debate and knew I…

Newseum Hosts Annual CHSOC Career Fair
CAMPUS

Newseum Hosts Annual CHSOC Career Fair

By Nathan Easington, Contributing Reporter This year’s annual Cathy Hughes School of Communications career fair was held at the Newseum for the second consecutive year on Friday, Oct. 25. Although this will likely be the last time the career fair is held in the Newseum, as the building was sold to Johns Hopkins University for…

Art Collective Makes Waves on Campus
CAMPUS, Culture, LIFE+STYLE

Art Collective Makes Waves on Campus

By Arielle Williams While Howard University is renowned for its business school and graduate programs, the creative hub cultivated on Howard’s campus is equally as stimulating. Jaylin Ward, a sophomore journalism major, community development minor from the Bronx, NY is a fitting example of the innovation that the student body epitomizes.  Ward along with five…

Rep. Elijah Cummings Dies at 68
CAMPUS, NEWS

Rep. Elijah Cummings Dies at 68

By Ashleigh Fields Last week on Oct. 17, Howard University and the United States lost the life of notable alumnus, Elijah Cummings. Most recently he served as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives for Maryland’s 7th congressional district. The district he served included mostly majority black neighborhoods throughout the city of Baltimore and…

OPINION | The Gospel According to Ye
CAMPUS, Culture, LIFE+STYLE

OPINION | The Gospel According to Ye

Sunday Service was on a Saturday By Jada Orr Sounds of organized noise and drum beats were rising, meeting the students and alum walking curiously up Georgia Avenue. The high notes seemed to whisper in the early morning winds of a homecoming weekend secret. Choral harmonies continued to rise and carried on to meet everyone…

Kanye West’s Sunday Service Wakes Up The Campus
CAMPUS

Kanye West’s Sunday Service Wakes Up The Campus

By Semira Robinson After a very eventful Yardfest on Friday afternoon, the early birds (and Bison) on campus were treated to a very special surprise at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 12. At 6:24 a.m. an official email notification was sent out by HU Communications and by 6:30 a.m. the sound of Kanye West’s choir…

Freshman Girls Air Housing Grievances with #HUFailedQuad
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Freshman Girls Air Housing Grievances with #HUFailedQuad

The Trending Twitter Hashtag Prompted Conversation on Living Conditions By Donovan Thomas, Campus News Editor and Zaina Fairey, Staff Reporter Recently residents of the female freshman dormitory, Harriet Tubman Quadrangle, have taken to Twitter to reveal the quality of their living conditions after the reopening of the residence hall at the start of the Fall…

Sen. Kamala Harris Welcomes Bison Home
CAMPUS, HOMECOMING

Sen. Kamala Harris Welcomes Bison Home

The Presidential Candidate and Howard Alumna Greets Homecoming Visitors By United States Senator Kamala Harris Welcome Home There’s nothing quite like Homecoming at Howard. Walking around Howard University’s campus as tents are going up for Yardfest and wearing my favorite Howard sweatshirt, I’m renewed knowing this moment and this space was made for us, by…

The Hilltop Struggles with Changes in News Industry
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The Hilltop Struggles with Changes in News Industry

By Jaylin Paschal, Editor-in-Chief, Donovan Thomas, Campus News Editor and Yasha Washington, Staff Reporter The Hilltop, Howard University’s student newspaper, was effectively shut down for the first half of the fall 2019 semester after a nearly $280,000 budget deficit was reported at the end of the 2018-2019 school year. The financial problems and resulting publication…

Student Leaders Host Black Speechwriters for Inaugural Symposium
CAMPUS

Student Leaders Host Black Speechwriters for Inaugural Symposium

By Ashleigh Fields A group of six well-known black speechwriters graced the stage of the Founders Library Browsing Room for the Inaugural Black Speechwriters Symposium hosted by the Cathy Hughes School of Communications Student Council on Wednesday, Oct. 23. “I realized the impact of speechwriters given my background in speech and debate and knew I…

Newseum Hosts Annual CHSOC Career Fair
CAMPUS

Newseum Hosts Annual CHSOC Career Fair

By Nathan Easington, Contributing Reporter This year’s annual Cathy Hughes School of Communications career fair was held at the Newseum for the second consecutive year on Friday, Oct. 25. Although this will likely be the last time the career fair is held in the Newseum, as the building was sold to Johns Hopkins University for…

Art Collective Makes Waves on Campus
CAMPUS, Culture, LIFE+STYLE

Art Collective Makes Waves on Campus

By Arielle Williams While Howard University is renowned for its business school and graduate programs, the creative hub cultivated on Howard’s campus is equally as stimulating. Jaylin Ward, a sophomore journalism major, community development minor from the Bronx, NY is a fitting example of the innovation that the student body epitomizes.  Ward along with five…

Rep. Elijah Cummings Dies at 68
CAMPUS, NEWS

Rep. Elijah Cummings Dies at 68

By Ashleigh Fields Last week on Oct. 17, Howard University and the United States lost the life of notable alumnus, Elijah Cummings. Most recently he served as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives for Maryland’s 7th congressional district. The district he served included mostly majority black neighborhoods throughout the city of Baltimore and…

OPINION | The Gospel According to Ye
CAMPUS, Culture, LIFE+STYLE

OPINION | The Gospel According to Ye

Sunday Service was on a Saturday By Jada Orr Sounds of organized noise and drum beats were rising, meeting the students and alum walking curiously up Georgia Avenue. The high notes seemed to whisper in the early morning winds of a homecoming weekend secret. Choral harmonies continued to rise and carried on to meet everyone…

Kanye West’s Sunday Service Wakes Up The Campus
CAMPUS

Kanye West’s Sunday Service Wakes Up The Campus

By Semira Robinson After a very eventful Yardfest on Friday afternoon, the early birds (and Bison) on campus were treated to a very special surprise at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 12. At 6:24 a.m. an official email notification was sent out by HU Communications and by 6:30 a.m. the sound of Kanye West’s choir…

Freshman Girls Air Housing Grievances with #HUFailedQuad
CAMPUS

Freshman Girls Air Housing Grievances with #HUFailedQuad

The Trending Twitter Hashtag Prompted Conversation on Living Conditions By Donovan Thomas, Campus News Editor and Zaina Fairey, Staff Reporter Recently residents of the female freshman dormitory, Harriet Tubman Quadrangle, have taken to Twitter to reveal the quality of their living conditions after the reopening of the residence hall at the start of the Fall…

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