EDITORIAL

Letter from the Editor – Staff Sign Off
EDITORIAL, LETTERS FROM THE EDITOR

Letter from the Editor – Staff Sign Off

This year, The Hilltop staff has worked hard to bring the Howard community informative and entertaining issues each week. We set out to record history and define legacy, as The Hilltop has done since 1924. We’ve covered campus and national news, had a culture section filled with information on various interests and chronicled Howard athletics….

Essay – What it Means to be a Bison
Culture, EDITORIAL

Essay – What it Means to be a Bison

By Courtney Diggs, Staff Reporter All college students remember being in the final stride of their high school career anxiously refreshing their web browsers to find out if they were accepted into the college of their choosing. When making a final college decision, various aspects can be taken into consideration, such as the location and…

Wakanda and the HBCU: Fantasies and Realities
EDITORIAL

Wakanda and the HBCU: Fantasies and Realities

By: Dr. Gregg Carr, (@AfricanaCarr) Each spring, thousands of young students and their elders descend on Howard and our sister institutions in the glorious annual rite of the HBCU college tour. Wide-eyed prospectives from fifth through twelfth grades from cities across the country make annual pilgrimage to my classes.  Our Howard University Alumni Club of…

Letter from the Editor – Staff Sign Off
EDITORIAL, LETTERS FROM THE EDITOR

Letter from the Editor – Staff Sign Off

This year, The Hilltop staff has worked hard to bring the Howard community informative and entertaining issues each week. We set out to record history and define legacy, as The Hilltop has done since 1924. We’ve covered campus and national news, had a culture section filled with information on various interests and chronicled Howard athletics….

Essay – What it Means to be a Bison
Culture, EDITORIAL

Essay – What it Means to be a Bison

By Courtney Diggs, Staff Reporter All college students remember being in the final stride of their high school career anxiously refreshing their web browsers to find out if they were accepted into the college of their choosing. When making a final college decision, various aspects can be taken into consideration, such as the location and…

Wakanda and the HBCU: Fantasies and Realities
EDITORIAL

Wakanda and the HBCU: Fantasies and Realities

By: Dr. Gregg Carr, (@AfricanaCarr) Each spring, thousands of young students and their elders descend on Howard and our sister institutions in the glorious annual rite of the HBCU college tour. Wide-eyed prospectives from fifth through twelfth grades from cities across the country make annual pilgrimage to my classes.  Our Howard University Alumni Club of…

The Price Martin Luther King Jr. Paid
EDITORIAL

The Price Martin Luther King Jr. Paid

By: Naomi Merlain, News Reporter (@NMerlain)   What would America look like without Martin Luther King Jr? Would African-Americans still be held down by the segregated mindset of what was the American people?   Would we be as proud, strong and liberated as we are today? Had Dr. King, not taken on the responsibility of leading…

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