From the trends hitting the streets to local boutiques, Xavier University of Louisiana students will soon have the chance to see these styles on the runway. Xavier is hosting a fashion show on March 30th in Xavier’s Convocation Center where the doors will open at 7p.m. and the show will start at 8p.m. Continue reading “C U L T U R E”
Earlier this week, I had a chance to go to City Park. During our visit we noticed that there is a lot of stories to be told through pictures. So right away, I took out my phone and started snapping … Continue reading A Day in City Park with Allana B.
As a little girl I always heard the saying “life won’t be a walk in the park.” I never knew what that meant until I grew older. I have to say now being 21 life is difficult, unpredictable and will take you on a rollercoaster ride. At 17 I lost my dad from a short battle of cancer and in that moment I thought my life was over. I Continue reading It’s time for you to play pilot of your life
Miami is heating up. The bright warm city is stirring up because of one man. Miami Herald photojournalist Carl Juste is thriving in the city by telling his stories. Juste’s mother lived in Santiago de Cuba during her childhood and … Continue reading Juste Heats up Miami
Media is always changing from news apps, constant updates but importantly how we communicate with people. Social media has been the forefront on delivering news to the public just from a hit of a button.
My colleague and I wrote a joint article on the evolution of journalism By : Allana J. Barefield and Prinsey Walker Continue reading Twenty-Tens Journalism
Going to college can be difficult from the late nights, cramming to study for a test to maintaining a social life. But the biggest obstacle I have come across is being healthy during my college experience. I have to say eating in the cafeteria is a dangerous place especially when you’re a freshmen. Continue reading Eating Right Even When You Have a Full Plate
The large black clouds moved slowly in the sky. Locals heard the downpour of rain. And saw the trees moved slowly in the wind with the telephone wires.
Many New Orleanians thought Hurricane Katrina was going to be just another storm but it transformed many lives. Katrina hit almost 12 years ago and for some people they are still trying to pick up the pieces. Continue reading Living in Fear
This is a traditional news story written by yours truly. All the students stared at the teacher when she walked into the classroom. Right when she started talking, the faces of the students beamed. Bonnie Noonan has been working at … Continue reading Color is Superficial Inside and Out the Classroom /Part 2
This is a traditional news story written by yours truly. For some high school seniors, one of the most memorable moments in their lives is not going to prom but signing their college acceptance letter. But when it comes down … Continue reading “Not the Token Black Girl or Token Black Boy” Part 1
“I have always believed that fashion was not only to make women more beautiful, but also to reassure them, give them confidence.” — Yves Saint Laurent Q & A: An interview with Yasmine Davis As I took a moment and looked around New Orleans, I noticed that this humid quirky place has a lot of characteristics that make the city unique. For instance, the food, culture, people, music and I can’t forget the fashion. Local designers and bloggers have been changing the fashion game by going out of the box and adding bold colors to even exotic prints. I had … Continue reading From Color to Print makes Yasmine Davis
This is a traditional news story written by yours truly. Everyone in the crowd looked shocked. The students started to sing the Black National Anthem (gift every voice and sing) but couldn’t make it to the second verse without the help … Continue reading Dr. Marc Lamont Hill Inspires HBCU College Students