By: Kianna Baptiste
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,
By: Ta’naysha A. Smith
The Catalyst Network Foundation hosted an HBCU/Ivy League panel entitled “Pay it Forward,” for high school students in the Washington Metropolitan area. It was held over the weekend in the Lewis…
By: Veronique JosephBrighten your cold and dark winter days with attention-grabbing lipstick colors.
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…
By: Marc Rivers
“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
By: Nicole Harvin
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
Howard’s men’ s basketball took on the Harvard Crimson this weekend and what resulted in a 76-44 loss proved to be an uphill battle for the Bison from the beginning.
The Crimson dominated from tip off and led …
By: Tiana Pollard
There may have been a chill in the air, but it wasn’t enough to cool off the Howard University Blackburn Center Friday night where some of the “hottest” talent across campus converged to show off their musical skills.
By: Rhea Warren
Zawadi, the African gift shop located on 1524 U St. NW is the place to shop if one is looking for colorfully painted sculptures, uniquely patterned dashikis, wooden African tribal masks, homem…
By: Sydnee Monday
Found in the cozy neighborhood of Woodley Park amongst small cafes and sleepy mothers strolling with toddlers is Via Gypset, Specializin…
On Friday night in Cramton Auditorium, a live concert featuring Curren$y was held for the members of the Howard University community and D.C. alike.
The event was scheduled to start at 8pm and extend until midnight….
By: Lindsey Bethel
It’s the holiday season and many soldiers all over the world are forced to spend another Thanksgiving or Christmas without their loved ones. This year, Howard University’s College of Arts and Sciences Student Council is trying to alleviate that ho…
This past Wednesday, Howard University’s ‘Tell All’ Seminar Group presented a roundtable discussion on the topic of entering the real world and facing challenges in the workplace.