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Bold Sisters, Bolder Lips

Howard University

Nov 19th, 2013
Winter weather evokes images of comfy sweaters paired with fluffy hats and cozy scarves, and what better way to accentuate these face-framing accessories than with the perfect lip color? Cooler temps are the perfect time to go bold with bea…

Yuletide Cheer and Some Tears Too: Best Man Review

Howard University

Nov 19th, 2013
“The Best Man Holiday,” Malcolm D. Lee’s better-late-than- never sequel to the 1999 hit “The Best Man,” comes during another remarkable time for black centered films, and among such serious dramas like

A Step Above the Rest: D.C’s Best Dance Studios for College Students

Howard University

Nov 19th, 2013
Check out these four dance studios with great classes for the busy college student to stay physically fit while having fun!
 
Most Variety – American Embassy of Dance
4908 Wisconsin Avenue

Men in the Media: Knew World Order

Howard University

Nov 19th, 2013
The entertainment industry can be a tough one to break into, but with the right guidance, one can surely make it through. On November 14th Howard University entertainment organization,

Thayer businesses come and go as trends, students pass through

As community members have always shared a unique symbiotic relationship with Thayer Street stores and restaurants, students and alums have been well-positioned to witness Thayer’s shift from an area dominated by mom-and-pop shops to a more restaurant-based, nightlife-oriented hub.

Letter: On Ray Kelly protest, fault lies with Paxson

The Herald’s Nov. 12 editorial, “The Function of the University,” was a most comedic statement suggesting a mission to preserve objectivity and be a patron of different opinions. Has anyone questioned if President Christina Paxson has violated any codes of conduct with her statements and associations?

ND students make history with ‘Connemara Five’

University of Notre Dame

Nov 14th, 2013

A cast of six Notre Dame students will be making history Thursday night at Washington Hall. The 7:30 p.m. performance of Micheál Ó Conghaile’s “The Connemara Five” will mark both the play’s international and its English debuts.

Knights take part in no-shave November

Central Florida University

Nov 13th, 2013

Things are getting hairy around UCF, but it’s all for a good cause.

Drivers take pride in rides

Central Florida University

Nov 13th, 2013

The No. 1 rule of Car Club at UCF is to talk about Car Club at UCF.

‘12 Years’ examines historical brutalities

Making a good movie about slavery is no easy task. Achieving historical accuracy demands a disturbing portrayal of brutality and injustice. Contemporary audiences seek entertainment and inspiration. “12 Years a Slave” skillfully walks this line, combining a stirring personal narrative with realistic exposition.

Greeley’s Distortions Unlimited in spotlight with Travel Channel’s "Making Monsters"

As you ascend the paint chip- littered stairs into to a seemingly commonplace warehouse, the distinct smell of latex pinches the nose and the low rumble of machinery echoes close by. Welcome to Distortions Unlimited, one of Greeley’s best kept secrets….

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