Black in the Classroom

Caslee Sims | Correspondent It all began in 1954 with the infamous Brown v. Board of Education decision and a subsequent case that would force schools in the United States to desegregate with “a deliberate speed”. Of course, the implementation of this ruling was not one that had been culturally …

STAFF EDITORIAL: MIKE BROWN

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This unsigned editorial is the opinion of the Nubian Message’s editorial board, and is the responsibility of the editor-in-chief.  Six. Six is the number of bullets an American police officer thought was appropriate to fire at an unarmed teen. Its been reported U.S. Navy SEALs used only three to kill …

Symposium Issue: The Story Behind the Cover photo

Inspired by the past  The Symposium Issue cover photo was inspired by the past, a 1970′s photo entitled ‘Going Places; Students walking by the Bell Tower.’ The Nubian Message wanted to pay homage to past students of the Wolfpack while also welcoming the incoming , so the replica was created …

Remembering Maya Angelou: Thoughts from her former friend & colleague

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Dr. Debra S. Boyd while abroad in Pakistan shares her memories of Dr. Maya Angelou. Chris Hart-Williams | Editor-in-Chief  Since Dr. Maya Angelou’s death her family, friends, colleagues, mentees and admirers alike, have shared their personal memories of the renowned poet. Author and professor, Dr. Debra S. Boyd met Dr. Angelou …