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Super Teen: Fourteen Year Old Anticipates College Graduation

Super Teen: Fourteen Year Old Anticipates College Graduation

Right now, the average fourteen year old is clothes shopping with her friends to prepare for her new look as a sophomore in high school, but Thessalonika Arzu-Embry will be  receiving her college degree. At just fourteen she is finishing up summer classes to graduate on Aug. 30 with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Chicago State University. Embry, who resides in Great Lakes Naval Station near North Chicago, was home schooled by her mother, a navy veteran, Wonder Embry from ages 8 to 11. In her last year she received the equivalent of a high school diploma.  Now, the […]

by · August 19, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · NATIONAL NEWS
Top Five Billboard Chart Hit Singles of July

Top Five Billboard Chart Hit Singles of July

Take a look at the top five songs that have gained approval nationwide for the past weeks. 1) Robin Thicke feat. T.I. and Pharrell Williams- “Blurred Lines.” Peak position:1 Weeks on: 13. Soulful singer Robin Thicke and multifaceted musician Pharrell teamed up to create a hit that’s gained attention from just about any music genre fan. Maybe it’s because of the mixed pop, jazz and 1950’s rock and roll funk style the song gives. Thicke faced controversy over the video and how it appears he objectifies women, but the remarks in no way affected him from domination the U.S. charts […]

by · July 30, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT, MUSIC
Timeless Entity in Perring Loch Community

Timeless Entity in Perring Loch Community

Though the number of recreation centers has decreased in Baltimore, Northwood Recreation Center in Northeast Baltimore continues to make its presence known throughout the community, building family dynamics and providing a number of opportunities through the various programs that it offers.

NorthwoodRec Center’s youth basketball program, “keeps children out of mischievous behavior. It gives them something to do,” says Jamal Lee, father of Jamal Lee Jr., a member of the basketball program.

by · June 10, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · LOCAL NEWS, SECTIONS
SGJC Trip to South Africa

SGJC Trip to South Africa

Five students from the School of Global Journalism are making the trip to Johannesburg, South Africa to attend the African Presidential Center Conference. Stay tuned as they live blog about their experiences.

by · June 3, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · CAMPUS NEWS, SECTIONS
Busy Student Finds Ways to Incorporate Passions into Everyday Life

Busy Student Finds Ways to Incorporate Passions into Everyday Life

The future is now. Live for today, but still work to have a better tomorrow. Work hard and the rest will follow. These are a few of the motivational words that Charnelle Bacon has for her mentees, friends, and pretty much anyone she comes in contact with. Bacon is a senior at Morgan State University who double-majors in Elementary Education and Journalism. She believes that “teaching and kids are the foundation of our future.” With the goal of becoming an education journalist, the busy college student is constantly at work perfecting her craft. Whether it is taking care of business […]

by Manyi Abangma · May 30, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · ALUMNI, CAMPUS NEWS, SECTIONS