Kevin Cordon, University of California at Irvine
The Army veteran and editor in chief of Howard University’s prestigious student newspaper is fighting for journalistic integrity.
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A look at one of hip-hop’s newest, oddest talents.
Based on personal experience (six of them), here are a few things to keep in mind when getting your first tattoo.
The league needs to adopt a more reasonable attitude toward end zone celebrations, or the sport risks becoming completely robotic.
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The ‘White Iverson’ star is proving that he has no intention of being a one-hit wonder.
At least there’s something from 2016 that was slightly positive.
The once dark and mysterious singer is now enjoying the spotlight as one of pop music’s biggest stars.
Is it possible that ‘Ye’s recent rants and breakdowns stem from something much deeper than we had assumed?
With their old school vibe and a touch of 2016-fueled drama, A Tribe Called Quest just dropped arguably the most important album of the year.
Here’s a guide to what you can and can’t do under the passing of Proposition 64.
This is Matt. He rates dogs on Twitter. H*cking hilarious. 12/10 would follow.
With Vine closing down due to other social platforms (thanks a lot, Instagram), the celebrities it produced are finding new ways to sustain their fame.
As anticipated, the Cavs are still holding their own, but opening night showed us some other teams setting the bar this season.
From the Rolling Stones’ longevity to Trump’s presidential candidacy, the show has made some startling accurate predictions.
After publicly admitting his depression, Cudi, a musician who inspired breakthroughs with his music, is now changing how we look at mental health.
Apparently, you’re not supposed to stand in a doorframe?
The NYU student and Music Business major talks balancing schoolwork and an aspiring hip-hop career.
A guy’s analysis of the list, ‘Top 10: Traits of a Good Girlfriend.’
The responses to Colin Kaepernick’s protest are teaching us plenty about the American people.
Donald Glover’s hit show is taking Georgia’s capital to new heights.
It can always be worse.
At a time in which many people are afraid to speak their minds, the 23-year old rapper is a hilarious, insightful voice of reason.
Despite being overshadowed by other original series, “The Get Down” has a case for being the summer’s biggest hit.
Notes from a concert created exclusively for hip hop fans.
You might know the app from cramming vocabulary before a midterm, but Sutherland has bigger plans for helping students learn.
After Green’s recent Snapchat pickle, critics are asking if he’s worth his off-court antics. The answer is yes.
At the time of this writing, “no” is the likely answer, though there is one reason to hope.
With Durant gone, Westbrook finds himself alone in Oklahoma. Here’s what he’s considering.
The Golden State Warriors, England’s national soccer team, or Lionel Messi and Argentina: Who’s had the worst choke of the year?
From Lil Yachty to Denzel Curry, here’s a breakdown of the year’s hottest up-and-coming rappers.
A look at the historic, dramatic storyline behind one of the greatest NBA series in basketball history.
The 22-year old Chicagoan is unapologetically political in his first EP since 2013.
A guide to just a few of Durant’s possible free agency destinations
After overcoming 5000-1 odds, some writers are calling it the greatest underdog story in sports history.
After a blowout loss in LA, a shaky victory in Orlando and a locker-room meltdown from Draymond Green, exactly how solid are the Warriors?
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