It’s All Greek to Me

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It’s All Greek to Me Writer: Kendrick Porter; Editor: Kadeem Pilgrim The Divine Nine! Where does one even start when discussing something as controversial, yet historically significant, as the black Greek community? It’s an experience that is had by many, and yet missed by even more.  Moreover, the black Greek experience is one that is synonymous with the HBCU (Historically Black College/University) experience.  In order to shed light on the true purpose of the Divine Nine, it’s important to first share the reason behind its existence.   The D9, known officially as the National Pan-Hellenic Council, is a product of the...
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1:1 With Mariah Hilliard

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1:1 With Mariah Hilliard Writer: Mark Edwards; Editor: Kadeem Pilgrim At first glance, many see Mariah Jasmine Hilliard as a dancer and choreographer. Hilliard is based in Los Angeles, California and has performed alongside major artists, including Drake, Normani, Saweetie, Diddy, and French Montana.  However, if you look a bit deeper you realize she is much more than that. Mariah is proud Hampton University alumna, reps her home state of Delaware with Pride, and was recently featured in HBCU Buzz’s HBCU 30 Under 30 list for 2019. Growing up in a household with a mother that danced, Mariah seemed destined...
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Cross Colours Takes HBCU Pride to the Next Level

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Writers: Kamari Williams, Jarrin Sample, and Cailee Copes     Over the last year, the Cross Colours brand has had the opportunity to connect with, as well as mentor, several talented young men, and women via the newly founded “HBCU Campus Influencer Program”. The Cross Colours’ Influencers, all attending either Howard or Hampton University, have engaged in a number of projects that are relevant to working in the fashion business: marketing, event planning, product design, graphic design, interviews, writing, model casting, photoshoots, video shoots, and editing. As the program continues to grow, Cross Colours aims to showcase some of its...
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