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BOOK: A man and his locks
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Twisted: My Dreadlock Chronicles By Bert Ashe Agate Bolden, $15 PB Twisted: My Dreadlock Chronicles is one of the first books to explore the perennially compelling subject of African-American hair from a man’s point of view, using the author’s quest to lock his hair to unfurl a fascinating investigation into the “true” meaning of
 
Car Review: 2015 Toyota Prius
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
DETROIT – The Toyota Prius has been around for 15 years. It was the first hybrid on the U.S. market, and it caused most major manufacturers to develop hybrids of their own. To celebrate its 15th year in the market, Toyota has developed a special edition. It comes in two colors: Absolutely Red or Blizzard Pear. There are 17-inch wheels with a dark
 
BOOK: A tried and true road to success
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Succeeding While Black: A Blueprint for Success By Matthew R. Drayton Smith Publishing, $12.95 PB “Driving while black,” a phrase in the contemporary American vernacular refers to the racial profiling of black drivers. This and other actions connected to the words “while black” almost always have a negative connotation toward our
 
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Lincoln's Kern leaves for Furman

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CSU’s Epps wins triple jump

Former Coppin State standout Christina Epps won the women’s triple jump at last