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Since COVID started going on some two years ago now, there were limited financial reprieves from our places of business and education in terms of benefits that could help the student body specifically as a whole. That is until the student stimulus for HBCUs began during the semester followin…

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Mental health is difficult to tackle in the modern day, with the most prominent reason being how all encompassing the idea of it can be. At first thought, mental health is associated with padded rooms and serial killers from Netflix docs. In reality though, mental health is everything.

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The Bayou Classic weekend is one of the biggest, most exciting weekends for the HBCU culture. The weekend is full of events including orgs from both schools and many more with the prestigious Divine Nine kicking the weekend off with the 48th annual Greek Show.

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Following the unfortunate deaths of 10 individuals at the massively-attended Astroworld Festival, social media has caught fire attempting to unravel the issues that unfolded at the NRG Park event on November 5th. Hosted by Travis Scott in his hometown of Houston, Texas; the tragedy has cause…

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On her sophomore album Still Over It, Atlanta-native Summer Walker tells a compelling story of heartbreak and hope, across a soulful 20 song tracklist. Released on November 5th, the R&B singer’s project chronicles the breakdown of her two year long relationship with producer London on th…

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Southern University A&M College boasts a vast array of talented and accomplished women in a multitude of different fields and departments on campus. Some of these areas include admissions, financial aid, and even the campus bookstore.

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This past week, the University College held an event titled “Real Talk Tuesday” that saw a speaker provide authentic perspectives relevant to the realities that college students currently deal with or will deal with in the future. Morgan Pete, an author and founder of Acadiana Fashion Week, …