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Trump’s Pick to Lead NASA is a Politician, Not a Scientist
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Trump’s Pick to Lead NASA is a Politician, Not a Scientist

By: NyJohn Washington, Politics Reporter The White House announced Jim Bridenstine as the president’s choice for the 13th NASA administrator. Bridenstine is a politician currently serving as the U.S. representative for Oklahoma’s first congressional district. Trump’s nomination is sparking debate due to Bridenstine’s lack of space exploration credentials. On the first day of Donald Trump’s…

Howard Holds TedxTalk Series
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Howard Holds TedxTalk Series

By: Justin Cohen, Assistant Copy Editor (@JustinThat1Kid)   “All Things Glorious” was the theme for the third installment of the TEDx Howard series held last Thursday in Cramton Auditorium. TEDx Howard is an annual event that has the goal of spreading thought-provoking ideas about social and scientific topics that are gaining national attention. This year,…

Hip Hop Meets Hustle: Launch of Pitch and Flow
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Hip Hop Meets Hustle: Launch of Pitch and Flow

By: Tia Lowe, Campus Reporter | @TiaMLowe and Taiyler Simone Mitchell, Life+Style Reporter| @taivlersimone Rappers and entrepreneurs came together to promote social consciousness through hip-hop at Pitch and Flow – a rap contest hosted by MC Lyte on Sept.13. Lowe’s Hardware partnered with Unreasonable Group, an organization that supports socially aware entrepreneurs, to sponsor the…

Is the Amazon-Whole Foods Merger a Huge Success?
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Is the Amazon-Whole Foods Merger a Huge Success?

By: Nadira Jamerson, Campus Reporter (@nadiranadiraj0) Amazon may be on its way to becoming the largest produce retailer. Earlier this summer, Amazon announced its plan to merge with Whole Foods. Last Monday, the deal officially closed, and Amazon became the brand new owner of Whole Foods for $13.7 billion. This merger marks the biggest retail…

Congratulations To Apple HBCU Scholars
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Congratulations To Apple HBCU Scholars

By The Hilltop Staff Posted 9:00 AM EST, Thurs., Feb. 23, 2017 Six students from Howard University have been selected into the Apple HBCU Scholars program. This is the second year of the initiative Apple launched in partnership with the Thurgood Marshall College Fund to provide opportunities in the tech industry for students and enhance engagement with…

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