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COLUMN — About Last Weekend: DC’s Art All Night Festival
LIFE+STYLE

COLUMN — About Last Weekend: DC’s Art All Night Festival

By Kyana Harris, Culture Staff Columnist Posted 2:47 PM EST, Mon., Oct. 3, 2016 If you slept on last month’s Art All Night: Made in D.C. festival, you missed out. Paintings, murals, sculptures, African drumming, stepping, a documentary, poetry and other art exclusively by native D.C. artists was the spotlight last Saturday, September 24 from 7 p.m. to…

OPINION: Why Howard Men Should Be Feminists
EDITORIAL

OPINION: Why Howard Men Should Be Feminists

By Justin Jenkins, Campus Staff Writer Posted 1:15 PM EST, Mon., Oct. 3, 2016 Often, promoting women’s rights is perceived as a threat to an idyllic, 1950s version of the American way of life: Circle skirts, Elvis and rigid gender expectations. This dismissal of feminism counters with a Howard education, which better understands than most society’s predilection for…

COLUMN — #TheRealHUDebate: Is it Up for Debate?
CAMPUS

COLUMN — #TheRealHUDebate: Is it Up for Debate?

By Justin Jenkins, Campus Staff Writer Posted 2:25 PM EST, Mon., Sept. 26, 2016 Howard University and Hampton University kicked off Nation’s Classic festivities in Cramton Auditorium with an event that has brought pride to historically black colleges and universities for nearly a century: Debate. The debate was held on Friday, September 16, at Howard’s Cramton Auditorium….

HBCU Business Expo Showcases Black Entrepreneurship
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HBCU Business Expo Showcases Black Entrepreneurship

By Jacinth Jones and Rebecca Johnson, Campus Staff Writers Posted 8:15 AM EST, Fri., Sept. 23, 2016 Updated 10:24 AM EST, Fri., Sept. 23, 2016 Howard students and alumni alike were able to get a taste of life in the professional world at the first HBCU Business Expo, held in the Armour J. Blackburn center Saturday, September 10. The…

ScholarCHIPS: The Scholarship for Children of Incarcerated Parents
NEWS

ScholarCHIPS: The Scholarship for Children of Incarcerated Parents

By Amber Broaden, News Editor Posted 10:55 PM EST, Mon., Sept. 19, 2016 “When I was a freshman in high school, my mother passed away leaving my grandmother to be mine and my siblings primary care giver,” said Yasmine Arrington, founder of ScholarCHIPS, an organization that provides scholarships for children of incarcerated parents. To date, ScholarCHIPS has…

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