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Budget Cuts Continue to Surprise Affected School of Communications Faculty, Students
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Budget Cuts Continue to Surprise Affected School of Communications Faculty, Students

By: Jaylin Paschal, Editor-in-Chief (@creativelbrtn) In a matter of budgetary staff reduction decisions, The Cathy Hughes School of Communications has lost figures of the school which students deem integral to their success. After public student opinion refuted and reversed the termination of Ms. Carol Dudley, career development advisor, students have been paying close attention to…

HU Under Department of Education Financial Review
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HU Under Department of Education Financial Review

By: Sidney Johnson, News Reporter (@afamilycompany_) The Department of Education recently announced the placement of Howard University on the department’s “Heightened Cash Monitoring 2” status. This announcement was made in August 2018, but the school has been under review for months before their addition to the list. Years before the “financial aid scandal” of 2018,…

58th Annual HUSA Inauguration Emphasizes Community For All Students
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58th Annual HUSA Inauguration Emphasizes Community For All Students

By: Mykie Bennett, Staff Reporter  Howard University Student Association (HUSA) kicked off the year with its 58th Annual Inauguration Sunday, August 19 and it was a Howard affair  through and through. The inauguration began promptly at 3 p.m. in the Lower Quadrangle. The program proceeded with a rendition of “Lift Every Voice,” better known as…

MS2 Cheerline: Uplifting The Next Generation
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MS2 Cheerline: Uplifting The Next Generation

By Kayla York, Staff Reporter Laughter rings out from afar. When sitting in a classroom in Locke Hall, students at Howard University can hear in the distance, memories of their adolescence. Playful shoves, inside jokes, and eager spirits ready to learn characterize the Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science (MS2). Located to the…

Title IX Office Holds HU Stands Kick-Off Event
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Title IX Office Holds HU Stands Kick-Off Event

By Chantè Russell, Managing Editor (@BeTheZeitgeist)  Howard University students, faculty and staff gathered in front of Andrew Carnegie Hall on Wednesday, Aug. 29 take a pledge standing against interpersonal violence. This event launched the University’s year-long HU Stands campaign. Throughout the year, HU Stands will host various events on campus with the intent of educating…

Ashanti Martinez: A Love Letter In A Campaign
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Ashanti Martinez: A Love Letter In A Campaign

By: Kayla York, News Reporter Shaking the hands of residents and leading without limits meet Ashanti Martinez, the unlikely but qualified candidate for state delegate of Maryland. As a Black, Latino and gay male, Martinez is a revolutionary pioneer in the making. The 21-year-old Political Science major is not only a Howard University student but…

Inaugural Bl(activism) Con Bridges Several Generations of Protest
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Inaugural Bl(activism) Con Bridges Several Generations of Protest

Howard University has long been a breeding ground for black activism. On Saturday, April 21, the topic of activism and its role in the black community were explored in the first-ever Bl(activism) Conference. The event, coming several weeks after the longest student- led sit-in in the university’s history, brought activists from several generations together to…

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