Volume 25, Issue #2

The Go Girl Astrology Guide to Dating (CreateSpace), by Bintu Kabba (B.S. ’10), is a handbook on how to attract men based on their astrological sign.

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What Price the Carrot?: Memories of a Climb to Fame (iUniverse), by Sandra Sully (B.S. ’68), is the story of an all-girl singing group during the ’70s that shows the good and the bad aspects of...

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Runs Through My Mind (Cheryl Taylor Books), by Cheryl Elizabeth Taylor (J.D. ’94), is a book of poems about relatable journeys.

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A Forgotten Sisterhood: Pioneering Black Women Educators in the Jim Crow South (Rowman & Littlefield), by Audrey Thomas McCluskey (M.A. ’69), is a nonfiction book examining the lives of four...

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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...

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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?

“The...

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