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Album Review: Lana Del Rey Convinces Us Again with Ultraviolence

Album Review: Lana Del Rey Convinces Us Again with Ultraviolence

Since her mysterious debut in 2012, Lana Del Rey has always been the subject of feminist and popular scrutiny. For some reason, probably the best, it never really got to… Read more »

Do You Need a Nap?

Do You Need a Nap?

“Are you sure you can handle the workload?” my mother asked me at the beginning of summer. I had just signed up for a summer semester of college and had… Read more »

Death Locks: My Struggle With Hair

Death Locks: My Struggle With Hair

I was scouring my mind today, trying to remember the last time that I did something with my hair. I’m not talking about going to the hairdresser, which I still… Read more »

Black Super Villains and Why They’re So Darn Refreshing

Black Super Villains and Why They’re So Darn Refreshing

I’m sure I’m not the only one who has noticed this, but black characters in “white” television shows, movies, cartoons, and comics have undergone a drastic transformation. After spending years… Read more »

Album Review: Damon Albarn’s Everyday Robots

Album Review: Damon Albarn’s Everyday Robots

If you’re a fan of the virtual band Gorillaz, you may be pleasantly surprised to learn that Damon Albarn, the songwriter and voice behind the group, has just released his… Read more »

How to Make Scones (and Be Awesome!)

How to Make Scones (and Be Awesome!)

If you are reading this, you are already awesome. You don’t need an article for that. Awesome as you are, you may or may not know how to make scones…. Read more »

Afro Girl Visits Orange Is the New Black

Afro Girl Visits Orange Is the New Black

I wanted to do a comic to celebrate next season’s release of OITNB before I left for New York ! Here you go! Enjoy and share!

What We’re Into This Week: Chantelle, Orphan Black, and Nimona

What We’re Into This Week: Chantelle, Orphan Black, and Nimona

Chantelle Young and Season 21 of ANTM Chantelle Young says, “A lot of people have a history or a background. Mine is painted on my body.” This upcoming season on… Read more »

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