Voices from our community.

Jayda Farmer

Seven students from diverse backgrounds offer glimpses into what makes them individuals at HU.

In Their Shoes

When I was a small child, the major concerns regarding mass media often focused on African-American inclusions and representations in newspapers, radio and the three major networks: CBS, NBC, and...

Sporadic Crawls to the Abyss: Surveying the Landscape of Blacks in the Mass and Social Media
Fred Killings

We picked a few of your comments from the Winter 2016 issue, “We Are HU Family,” in which you were asked: What do the relationships you have built at Howard University mean to you?


Bison Conversations

HU doctoral students chronicle love story from their own points of view

Kelechi C. Fluitt (Anyanwu)

I’m sure you have heard the statement: “You will meet your future spouse in...

Maurice and Kelechi C. Fluitt: A History and Herstory

This is truly one of life’s greatest challenges. Few people are prepared to be caregivers or care recipients. First we must recognize that growing older is a natural part of the lifecycle. That...

Payne: Prepare to Care for Aging Relatives

With the end of the spring semester approaching, Howard University is still a great place to be. For me, this University is a four-letter word: home. It represents a melting pot—one that is...

The Right Place at the Right Time


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