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Opinion | Maybe barbershops provide more than haircuts.

Change the channel, change the narrative

Opinion | Columnist Godfrey Mpetey reflects on television’s and film’s roles in narrating the black experience in the U.S.

The power of rhetoric

Godfrey Mpetey examines the importance of rhetoric and how it not only shapes what we believe, but how we address it towards others.

Athletes and their social responsibility

Athletes hold an important platform on current events and social issues that affect all.

Joy: Served salty and fried

In the midst of my senior year of college, I reminisce on the greatest joys in my life: french fries.

Fear kills

Columnist Godfrey Mpetey shares his thoughts on the Philando Castile trial in light of the anniversary of the fatal shooting.

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