Opinion

By August Harp | October 6. 2017
A shirt at a protest at the Mississippi State Capital Building. Photo by August Harp.   June 21, 1964: one black man and two white men traveled from Meridian, Mississippi to the community of Longdale to meet congregation members at a church that had been burned  to the ground by a...
By Chloe Bishop | September 18. 2017
A sign protesting the idea #AllLivesMatter, because all lives do matter, but not equally. Photo by Kaitlyn Fowler. In the last few days, media personnel, (some) lawmakers, and citizens alike have been outraged by the events that have taken place in Charlottesville, Virginia, Jackson...
By Kaitlyn Fowler | September 11. 2017
A dress rehearsal of Power APAC's production of The Colored Museum during the 2016-2017 school year. Photo by Kaitlyn Fowler. I cannot remember a time that I have not been involved with theatre. My infatuation sprouted while attending summer camps at Belhaven College and...
By Jeffrey Caliedo | September 8. 2017
The Emmett Louis Till Commemoration March for Peace led by Councilman Kenneth Stokes and the City of Jackson, MS, on Saturday, August 26, 2017. Photo by Kaitlyn Fowler.   As dusk approaches Charlottesville, Virginia, on a warm August afternoon only one thing can be...
By Matthew Hairston | April 25. 2017
Suicide squad is the newest film in the DCEU (the DC Extended universe). This movie was highly anticipated among fan and average movie goers. Suicide Squad had two great trailers proceeding the movie, getting fans extremely excited. The basic plot is the government recruits a team of supervillains...

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