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Girls’ soccer field suffers from use by track and football

Daniel Williamson, Staff Writer

February 17, 2015

Filed under Features

With the girls’ soccer season starting in March and the team currently in pre-season practice, the questions surrounding the quality of the soccer field arise again. The soccer field, which is across the street and adjacent...

Holiday traditions differ across the globe

Barbara Mulser, Staff Writer

December 18, 2014

Filed under Features

Not everybody celebrates Christmas. In our diverse world, many religions do not view the birth of Jesus Christ as a holiday. Christmas is for Christians who celebrate Jesus Christ’s birth. For those who do celebrate Christmas,...

Is it all because I’m a black guy?

Payton Bass, Guest writer

October 30, 2014

Filed under Features

In recent years, the NAACP has cautioned that black males are filling up prisons nationwide in disproportionate numbers, comprising 1 million out of the total 2.3 million incarcerated. In fact, blacks are more likely to be charged,...

Splitting hairs: Go natural or wear weave?

Brooklyn Bass and Jaidah Kirksey, Staff writer, Guest writer

October 28, 2014

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Which is better, keeping your natural hair or using relaxers or weave? Staff writer Brooklyn Bass and guest writer Jaidah Kirksey each take a side. #TeamNatural Brooklyn Bass Recently, the use of an old term has been brought back to popularity. Th...

TV show review: “Dating While Naked”

Brooklyn Bass, Staff Writer

September 4, 2014

Filed under Arts & Leisure, Features

Usually when preparing for a first date, hours may be spent on the perfect hairstyle or outfit. For the typical boy, the most impressive ensemble might include the perfect pair of sneakers, and for the typical girl, it might be...

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