Author: Naja Hardmon I Staff Reporter


Event sheds light on human trafficking

Participants gather at the closing of End It Movement's "Human Trafficking: Be in it to end it." Photo submitted by Naja Hardmon Representatives from the Salvation Army’s End It movement came to the Grand Ballroom Tuesday for “Human trafficking: Be in it to End It.” Their goal was to educate […]


Imhotep inspires and continues to grow

Florida A&M University presents the Imhotep Interdisciplinary Student Research Conference. Photo courtesy of FAMU Department of Psychology website. Throughout the last week of March, Florida A&M University presented the traditional opportunity for students to engage in academic dialogue, present original research, and celebrate black thought as the College of Social […]


Student’s business treats mind, body and soul

Picture of Nadine Gardner and Alignment products. Photo Courtesy of Gardner of Instagram. On February 14, while most students were preoccupied with preparing dinner dates or recovering from extravagant displays of affection for their significant others, Nadine Gardner spent her night hosting “Self-love: What’s Love Got to Do With it?” […]


Make Malcolm great again

Picture of Malcom X. Photo Courtesy of Getty Images. On Feb. 1, America woke to an aura of pride emanating from black households nationwide. Feb. 1 marks the beginning of Black History Month, a time to celebrate and reminisce on the countless impacts Black Americans have made on the development […]