Young African American men more likely to be imprisoned than employed
National / Opinion & Editorial / Politics

Young African American men more likely to be imprisoned than employed

by T’ney Stallings The United States has the highest rate of incarcerated juveniles verses other nations. According to the U.S. Dept. of Justice, about 70,000 juvenile criminal offenders live in detention facilities and about 68 percent are racial minorities. For every 100,000 African American juveniles in the United States, 521 are in a residential facility, … Continue reading

NSU releases mandatory sexual assault training
Campus Life / Education / Featured / Opinion & Editorial

NSU releases mandatory sexual assault training

An Editorial by Shareen Nicholson On Monday, Feb 9, Norfolk State University launched an online interpersonal violence prevention program called “Not Anymore.” This program is designed to provide information about consent, bystander intervention, sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking. The purpose of this program is to highlight these issues to help students, faculty … Continue reading

Campus Life / Featured / Opinion & Editorial

8 tips for women on professional appearance: Transitioning your wardrobe from college to the office

  by T’ney Stallings After graduating from college, getting a job is next on the to-do list. Transitioning your closet and your appearance is very important. Ladies, I know you love miniskirts and short dresses, but for the work place let’s try to keep them fingertip or even knee length. “A lot of women are … Continue reading