Author: Aiyana Alexander


ALEXANDER: Learn about suicide, a leading cause of death

Aiyana Alexander Suicide is the act of causing one’s own death. Suicide is a commonly discussed subject in this day and time. From movies, books, papers, journals, and widespread personal experiences, suicide will be a recurring topic.  Still, even with its recurrence, not too many people are educated on this […]


Olympian was product of an HBCU

Wilma Rudolph won a bronze medal in the 1956 Olympics, and in the 1960 games, she won three golds. She attended Tennessee State University. The child who doctors said would never be able to walk became an Olympic track star and world-record-holding sprinter. Wilma Gloden Rudolph born June 23, […]


Give them the recognition they deserve

Chisolm March 1-31 we highlight and celebrate the contributions of women to events in history and in contemporary times. When asked “What women in history do you think has not received the recognition she deserves and why?” junior Johnathon Thibodeaux, a political science major, believes that Shirley Chisholm, an American […]