Category Archives: Features

Black Jeopardy touches on history, hip hop and cultural music


J’Mari Hughes – Copy Editor Comedian Kenan Thompson holds the record for the longest run on Saturday Night Live, Tupac was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2017, and Hank Aaron finished his career with 755 home runs, the highest total in Major League History — these were some of the trivia an auditorium of college

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The many difficulties of dating on and off campus


Sofia Rositani – Reporter Love has been in the air since February started. With Valentine’s Day just having passed, many students are thinking about love, or their lack thereof. Dating on campus, as a college student is probably one of the hardest things to do especially since students often have to deal with classes, work and club activities, leaving simply

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‘Becoming an RN’ forum talks to senior nursing major


Sofia Rositani – Reporter “Becoming an RN,” was a forum for graduating seniors who want to know what the potential outlook on a future career as registered nurse might look like. The event was held by the Multicultural Health Leaders, formally known as the National Association for Hispanic Nurses. Alumna Daniele White, who graduated last semester and got a job

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Blood Drive spots filled to help those in need


Sofia Rositani – Reporter The Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority has been doing a blood drive for years and Service Coordinator Alyssa Walters said she has done over 20 since she first started at the university. “I know everybody I have talked to remembers doing blood drives,” said Walters, “so it’s been many years.” Students donated blood at collaborated with the

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GEMS, social justice and sustainability forum


Jessica Guerrucci – Managing Editor Social justice and sustainability go hand-in-hand, according to Brandon Wong, a member of the Geography, Environmental and Marine Sciences Club, and it is important for everyone on earth. “Everyone’s thinking about sustainability for the environment, but no one’s thinking about sustainability as thriving and living on earth,” said Wong. Southern held its first Sustainability Town Hall,

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