Back to the Concrete Jungle

For those of you who don’t know, this past summer I participated in an internship program through the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME), which is a highly competitive 10-week program that selects 24 college juniors from across the country to work at well-known magazine companies in New York City and Washington, D.C. Only 10 […]

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Flirting With Danger

              Though I realize that the next few years are going to entail progressively harder work I still tend to bite off more than I can chew, inside and outside of class as well. This is because it is really the only way to test your limit. You have to walk the razors edge between […]

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A Night At The Ellington

Hello Everyone,

The Brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Incorporated Sigma Omicron Chapter and the Student Association Programming Board present “A Night at the Ellington”. This year is the first ever Masquerade Edition! For those of you who do not know what the Ellington it is a sophisticated dinner infused, with neo-soul poetry, elegant dance performances, […]

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Home is Where the Heart Is

I just got back from Thanksgiving break, and as cliche as it sounds, I must say that I wish break hadn’t flown by so fast. I’ve loved being at school and taking more steps to get me closer to the career I want, but sometimes I just really miss my family. I haven’t been home […]

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Enduring like Atlas

          It has been a short break and as much as I would like to expound about all the sleep I got, all the food I ate or all the work I tried to avoid I have to buckel down and get all my work done.

          Although the break seems like an all too lucid dream it […]

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