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The Perils of Social Networks: What Classifies as ‘Too Much Information?’

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Ever wondered what exactly is too much? Well, if you ever find yourself on Twitter, then more than likely this question will come up....

President Obama Fights for Education, Job Creation in State of the Union Address

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"I'm a Democrat but I believe in what Republican Abraham Lincoln believed...a government should do for people only what they cannot do better by...

A Message to the 2012 Graduating Seniors

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Believe with all of your heart that you will do what you were made to do.- Orison Swett Marden To the class of 2012, your time to...

The Budget Baller (How to Dress Cool in College…Efficiently)

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There are only three things guaranteed in life: death, taxes, and being broke in college. It’s almost a rite of passage; “How to Survive...

The Culture Examined: The Air Jordan Phenomenon

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Every year, different groups of people make a special journey to a hollowed ground or location to pay homage to or worship. Muslims are...

What If There Was No Federal Funding for HBCUs?

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HBCUs have become an essential part of the American education system. From its Believe it or not there could be a major dent of funding...

Lifting As I Climb: Mentorship, Community Service and the Importance of Giving Back

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Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth. -Muhammad Ali As I get older it has begun to dawn...
The Black Greeks

How to Show Interest in a Greek Organization

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It’s that time of year again; you can feel it in the air. Guys are dusting off their line jackets, girlfriends are ordering paddles...

Do Black Students Learn Better from Black Teachers?

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As HBCU students, alumni, supporters and enthusiasts, most are obviously aware that the majority of the campuses are predominately African-American. There is diversity typically within...

Perception vs. Reality: Achieving Your Dreams

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Lady Gaga has be one of the craziest (if not the craziest) people of our time, but you’re only looked upon as “crazy” to...

Why We Still Need to Promote HBCU Exceptionalism

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Twitter is a fascinating, spontaneous, stream of consciousness social media outlet for users to tweet their thoughts and opinions on the Web for millions...

Out of the Night That Covers Me: Making Sense of FAMU & Hazing

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Since the first story broke about the untimely death of Robert Champion, 26 year-old Florida A&M drum major, many are trying to piece together...

Things I’m Thankful For: My HBCU Family

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This past week, thousands of college students across the country headed home for one of the most anticipated holiday amidst on campus students; Thanksgiving....

Understanding as an Art: The Value of Wisdom

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Being a student at Central State University taught me to be thankful of the things I have while being ambitious for the things I...

Hip-hop: From Conscious to Mainstream

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Hip-hop originated as a way out of oppression for those whose lives were affected by injustice, lawlessness and corruption. As time has gone by,...

Players, Owners to Blame for NBA Lockout

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On the heels of one of the most entertaining seasons in recent memory, the NBA owners and players could not agree on a new...

Honda Campus All Star Challenge: The Pinnacle of HBCU Quiz Bowls

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Avery University versus Hillman College in the All Star Challenge Tournament, remember that episode of ‘A Different World?’ Dwayne Wayne and Whitley may have...

Do Social Networks Construct Fake Personalities?

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Are you one of those people who make it a point to tweet more than 100 times a day? Do you know anyone who...

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