CAMPUS / December 4, 2019 Howard Welcomes Back Alumnus Chadwick Boseman for “21 Bridges” Screening

By Corinne Dorsey, Staff Reporter Mr. and Miss Howard University, Grant Robertson and Kyla Cole, hosted an early screening and panel for the movie, “21 Bridges” starring Howard alumnus Chadwick Boseman on Wednesday, Nov. 18.. “21 Bridges” is a 2019 crime thriller focused on Boseman’s character, Andre Davis, uncovering a massive conspiracy, and joining a...

CAMPUS / December 4, 2019 Howard University Honors the Life of U.S. Representative Elijah Cummings with Tribute

By Jaylen Williams, Staff Reporter The late U.S. Rep. Elijah E. Cummings was a man of his word — a recurring theme during a tribute to the 1973 alumnus on Monday evening in the School of Business Auditorium at Howard University. “Do you know what makes me different from other student leaders?” Cummings asked a...

CAMPUS / November 19, 2019 Howard Step Team Wins Annual Step Competition at Princeton

By Donovan Thomas, Campus Editor The Howard University Step Team won the 9th Annual Hit ‘Em With the Beats Step Competition on Saturday, Nov. 9 marking the team’s third championship at Princeton University in the last five years, after having won in 2015 and 2016. Ashon Mask, the team’s performance coordinator and a Howard class...

CAMPUS, Culture, LIFE+STYLE / November 15, 2019 The Actor’s Process: How Howard Thespians Prepare for the Stage

By Chanel Cain, Staff Reporter The Howard Players’ 8×10 festival allows student actors and playwrights to showcase their work on stage. The show features eight, 10-minute original plays. With only two weeks left until the second annual 8×10 Play Festival, the Howard Players’ focus and drive has increased. This is especially true for the actors...

CAMPUS / November 14, 2019 China Wonder Closes After 30 Years on Georgia Avenue

By Corrin Jones, Contributing Reporter China Wonder, the family-owned takeout restaurant located at 2301 Georgia Ave., closed on Oct. 31 after three decades of serving the Howard University community. Jimmy and Judy Chueng, whose three adult children worked at the restaurant over the years before starting their own careers, expressed the difficulty it took for...

CAMPUS / November 14, 2019 The Howard Hustle: Bison Helps Students Market Themselves with Career Building Service

By Corinne Dorsey Ashley Tate, a sophomore journalism major, is the brains behind branding company, Hot and Branded, a career-building service centered around providing creative and professional insight to young adults. Hot and Branded was started with the intent of helping current and incoming generations promote themselves in the age of technology and social media....

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Newseum Hosts Annual CHSOC Career Fair
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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
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Art Collective Makes Waves on Campus

By Arielle Williams, Staff Reporter 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…

Rep. Elijah Cummings Dies at 68
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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
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OPINION | The Gospel According to Ye

Sunday Service was on a Saturday By Jada Orr, Staff Reporter 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…

Kanye West’s Sunday Service Wakes Up The Campus
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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…

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