You’re sitting in class and the professor walks in and begins lecturing about a previous assignment that you totally forgot about, was it because you weren’t listening? Maybe it was that distracting lawn mower that’s always cutting the campus grass? Could it have been the daydreaming about what you’re going to have for dinner tonight or that next big exam? If you’re experiencing this daily, you might be suffering from Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). What is A
Hip Hop is more than a genre; it’s a culture. Its beginnings come from African American inner-city struggles of the 1970s and 1980s, and has since evolved into a representation of black urban culture in America. Before hip-hop was a coined term, it was all about the aesthetic and the experience. Beats and turntables were one aspect, but the art of lyricism, the hip and urban street fashion, the nasty dance moves, and the all-around party vibes made a culture out of the music.
In an interview with the Breakfast Club, rapper and entrepreneur, Rick Ross explained why he hasn’t signed a female to his record label, Maybach Music Group. “You know, I never did it because I always thought that, like, I would end up f**king the female rapper [and then] f**king the business up. I’m so focused on my business. I gotta be honest with you. You know, she looking good and I’m spending so much money on the photoshoots...I gotta f**k a couple times.” The Breakfast
Homeschool. Often imagined synonymous with religious, the word conjures up images of mousy, long-sleeve, long-skirt wearing teenagers in desperate need of social interaction. Sure, some are. The stereotype comes from somewhere, but for the most part, homeschool kids are as “normal” as anyone. Parents choose to homeschool their kids for a variety of different reasons: catering the curriculum to suit their children’s needs or interests, creating their own schedule that works be
Photo by Brendaly Vega (Photo Editor) It’s Friday night in Pembroke, a small town, home to only one bar and roughly 3,000 people. Tokyo, the local Japanese restaurant, bar, night club trio, is overflowing. On one side, is a cluster of intoxicated 20-somethings in crop tops and polo shirts with a drink in one hand and their phone open to Snapchat in the other. On the other side, a gathering of 30-somethings in leather jackets stand, motorcycle helmets tucked under their arms.