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Selma’s 50th Anniversary in Pictures

Pinnacle Editor     Abraham Lincoln imposter crossing the bridge with BC’s family /a>; BC Family about to start their match across the Edmund Bridge President Roelofs Speaking at the CWCIE reception for the 1956 marchers Brown Chapel AME Selma Dr. Alicetyne Turley Speaking at the CWCIE reception for the 1956 marchers/a> Martin Luther statue at the Brown Chapel AME ... Read More »

MLK Celebration: A day to Remember.

Pinnacle Editor   “Your thought becomes your works, your words become your actions, your action becomes your habits, your habits becomes become your character, and your character become your destiny.” Students of various races protest brutal racial killings, and praise Martin Luther King Jr. for the great civil revolution that he instituted   Black Music Ensemble lead by Nyhel Byrd. ... Read More »

The Moors of Africa

By Taylor Brown News Writer Photo: Have you ever heard of the Moors of Africa? Do you know their significance to rising powers of Medieval Europe? Okay well let’s start from the beginning. The term Moors is associated with people from North Africa even though the term “Moors” was used to reference people throughout Africa. The reason why ... Read More »

New Gallery to Open in Old Town

Berea Art

Mason Darling News Writer photo by:Mason Darling. Gallery 1-2-3, the flagship program for the Arts Accelerator Program, an initiative of the Berea Tourism Commission, opened its doors on Friday, October 3rd, after three months of active preparation and several years of development. “It’s been a lot of hard work getting to this point,” said Printmaker and 2014 Berea Alumnus ... Read More »

Baltimore Celebrates Star Spangled Banner’s 200th Birthday with Sailing Festival

by: Mason Darling NewsWriter When Francis Scott Key penned the Star Spangled Banner, the image of a frayed and dirty flag above the ramparts of Fort McHenry still fresh in his mind, he could not have imagined the Baltimore  which is visible from the deck of the Schooner Lynx this cool September morning 200 years later. Baltimore’s inner harbor ... Read More »

The Proof is in Your Ears: The Remarkable Story of Three Tiny Bones

By Mason Darling News Writer. Image source: Reichert bent over a pig embryo, manipulating the tiny carcass with scalpels the size of needles.  It was late, he was alone in the lab, the gas lamp was burning low, and his fingers were trembling with the excitement of tremendous discovery.  On the table beside him, almost invisible without the aid of ... Read More »

News in Brief

Compiled By Willie Dodson As reported by Al Jazeera, The Huffington Post, The Christian Science Monitor, Democracy Now, The Telegraph and The New York Times. Wednesday, August 21st – A chemical weapons attack took place in a suburb of Damascus, Syria killing 1,429 people including over 400 children according to U.S. intelligence agencies. Syrian rebels blamed the government of President ... Read More »

Two Years of South Sudan

By Sandra Tombe  At least three students were shocked by electrical outlets during the first week and a half of the semester in Deep Green, Berea’s newest female dorm. These shocks were due to student misuse, not to wiring, said Amanda Higginbotham, the dorm’s Residential Life Collegium in an interview.      According to Ms. Higginbotham, “thee students reported minor ... Read More »

Dinner and Dialogue: Are we a post-racial society?

February 26, students of a variety of backgrounds joined together in the Carter G. Woodson center for dinner and dialogue about whether or not the U.S. is a post-racial society. After a dinner of Mexican food, discussion leaders, Waylon McDonald and Erica Scott showed a video from Fresh Outlook on ebru, the newest cable network that prides themselves on diversity ... Read More »

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