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Fetch Clay, Make Man

Houston's Ensemble Theatre has thrived off of keeping the African American arts alive. I was honored with the opportunity to witness this with director Mirron Willis' production of Fetch Clay, Make Man written by Will Power. Though this play has been performed countless times by directors and actors nationwide, The Ensemble Theatre

Battle of the Prom Dates

“Who are you taking to prom?” “Who are you taking to prom?” “Who are you taking to prom?” As prom season rolls around, not only are girls shopping for the ideal dress and guys for the tie to match, but there is also this lingering question that seems to make its appearance in

What coming of age films lack

Adolescence is arguably one of the hardest and most complex time in a person’s life. During this stage, people must learn to balance rigorous schoolwork that they are told will determine the rest of their lives, raging hormones that force them to feel everything with an extra dose of intensity,

Night Flea @ Discovery green

Houston is a great city with a large diversity and it is something that shows every third Saturday of each month at Discovery Green. The Flea market at Discovery Green is an event were many local vendors from the city come to the downtown park to sell and promote their

Fellini Gelato & Caffe Review

The sleek floors, captivating décor, and Italian imported furniture can be a mesmerizing experience when walking through the glass doors of Fellini Gelato & Caffe. Located at 794 Sorella Court, Fellini & Gelato Caffe  resides inside the upscale CityCentre, and is the perfect place to go for a morning coffee, afternoon stroll, or night out with friends. Fellini Gelato & Caffe prides

Ditch UberEATS

In today's world no one wants to actually get up, start your car and buy food. Who actually wants to change out of their soft pj's and put on skinny jeans? Not me. Which is exactly why the popular companies like UberEATS and GrubHub are in the spotlight! Now is

Let’s keep Houston clean post Super Bowl LI

Turn to another major sporting event, 2016 Rio Olympics and the similarities of city-wide development between Houston and Rio are uncanny. It’s almost formulaic, a significant sporting event comes to a city that is lackluster in terms of development. Houston rapidly develops by accelerating construction and removing “unsightly” things from the city

Racism is becoming stylish again

“Nazis are bad” should be a completely uncontroversial opinion. The National Socialist German Workers’  Party, or Nazi party, was responsible for the genocide of about 11 million people during WWII, six million of which were Jewish. When someone is responsible for killing 11 million people, they should be able to be called

It’s Day 13

And no, i'm not talking about Friday the 13th or any other thirteen-day-related idiosyncrasies. It's day 13 of the Trump administration and quite frankly, I am exhausted.  Since Trump was elected, he has been sued more than 30 times. At least three attorney generals have sued on the behalf of their respective states

A presidential message of hope

If you haven’t seen the farewell speech from Mr. Obama, then click here to view it. Last night under the Chicago sky, President Obama gave his farewell speech that left the American public with a faint sense of hope for the next four years. As a senior, it’s hard to imagine not

A spring of scholarships

The final wave of college applications has come and gone for a majority of schools with deadlines that started as early as October 1st and concluding admission on January 1st. However, even though applications are submitted, there are still a massive amount of scholarships and funding that must be incorporated before

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