York’s Intimate Apparel

By Ashley Oliver Jim Crow laws subjugated people of color at the turn of the 20th Century. York College’s newest production, Intimate Apparel, is all about this struggle. In a sit down interview the cast and crew expressed the challenges of the creative and technical development of the play. Set in New York City in… Continue reading York’s Intimate Apparel

Au Revoir, Adieu, Farewell

Upon entering this class, I was a tad lost because as a journalism student with a main focus in hard news, I am used to structure; including understanding the story/event/particular thing, intaking all the useful information, and enacting what I learned. However, this class has given me so much freedom, that I did not what… Continue reading Au Revoir, Adieu, Farewell

Blacks Being “TOO SLOW” for Advanced Institutions?

Last week, Supreme Court “Justice” said it is more appropriate for black students to attend a “less-advanced, slower track school” to appear to excel academically. Now I am just lost for words and disgusted. Yet according to statistics from, The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) the three universities that have the highest graduation rates for Black… Continue reading Blacks Being “TOO SLOW” for Advanced Institutions?

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Ok, honestly this is disgustingly gross. If this were for an experiment, it’s still not acceptable. Why would someone want to change the color of their skin? I read more into it and I found out, they wanted to feel how it is to be white. First off, WE ARE ALL PEOPLE. I understand there… Continue reading THIS IS RIDICULOUS

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