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The Hilltalks News Roundup: Mandatory Curfews, ‘The Meccaverse’ and The Annual Battle of The Real HU

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A weekly roundup of the latest news and campus buzz courtesy of Howard University’s collegiate newspaper, The Hilltop. Available on Apple PodcastsSpotifyStitcher and Amazon Podcasts.

Music by Stock Studio from Pixabay.

Welcome to the Hilltalks Podcast from the Hilltop. This weekly round-up will keep you up to date with the latest news and campus happenings. This week, a mandatory curfew for minors, ‘The Meccaverse’ and a Bison sports round-up.

Prince George’s County Executive Issues Mandatory Curfew For Minors Amid Spike In Crimes Involving Youth by Aaliyah Seabrooks

The Meccaverse’: Howard University Announces Theme For Homecoming 2022 by Jasper Smith

Howard Football Loses Nail-Biter Against The Hampton Pirates In the Annual Battle Of The Real HU by Skylar Nelson

Howard Volleyball Looking To Re-Establish Themselves After Tough Losses by Jayden Armant

Howard’s Cross Country Squad Sets The Tone With Strong Season Debut by Kyle Fisher

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The Hilltop is looking for students who are interested in contributing comics and illustrations to the paper. To learn more, reach out to Olivia Green at multimedia@thehilltoponline.com.

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