The Egalitarian

Online Class: Hit or Miss?

Online Class: Hit or Miss?

October 7, 2020

The dreaded WIFI. The annoying sounds of buttons. College students across the world are in misery because of the new education system we are facing. Whether its the students lacking the resources at home to do the work or even lacking the motivation to stay on task with work.  Students rely on...

Schools and Covid

Schools and Covid

Rhiannon Brast, editor

September 30, 2020

With COVID being prominent in the world today, schools are faced with a tough decision, whether or not students will be able to attend after the holidays. Most people are concerned for college students rather than the younger students because of the living situations. According to the CDC,  a lot...

THE DARK SIDE OF COVID-19: CONTAMINATED TEST KITS, FAULTY MASKS, FALSE POSITIVES, AND FEARS….

Latarsha Ellis

July 8, 2020

Introduction For months now, experts and people all around the world have been baffled with the same questions? What are the coronavirus symptoms and treatments? How does it spread and who is at risk? How can I protect myself? Although stay-at-home orders are in place, we’ve practiced social distanci...

Is The Black Lives Matter Movement Only About Police Brutality? I Beg To Differ.

Latarsha Ellis

July 8, 2020

Background and History of BLM Movement #BlackLivesMatter started July 13, 2013, as a response to Trayvon Martin’s murder. It is a global organization whose goal was to end white supremacy and violence concerning the black communities. Currently on their website, the movement has now expanded to black...

First Church Truth of God Broadcast: HOLINESS OR HELL

July 8, 2020

Finally, a fierce pastor who will not back down or sell out. In a world that is seeking peace, love, and acceptance, there is no room for the ‘True Gospel.’ Gino N. Jennings is an Oneness Pentecostal preacher and overseer of the First Church of our Lord Jesus Christ in Philadelphia. Right now, he’s...

The Luciferians, ‘ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT MARCH’

Latarsha Ellis

July 8, 2020

‘Ring of Fire’ Solar Eclipse There’s been protests all around the world seeking peace and justice, but not during this particular march. Most people were anxious to see the solar eclipse, while the Luciferians had a different agenda. These protests for a one world government took place at nine o...

5 Tips for Online Learning

Taliah Richards

June 25, 2020

Houston Community College recently released its learning plans for the Fall 2020 semester. The NextLearning options include online anytime, online at a scheduled class time, flex campus (you can either attend class on campus or log in online at the specified time of the class), and lab-based courses on...

Manage your mental health during pandemic and protests

Taliah Richards

June 15, 2020

Although we’re not even halfway through it, this year has been a tough one. First, there’s the global pandemic, with more than 100,000 deaths in the United States due to COVID-19, stay-at-home orders, school cancellations and skyrocketing unemployment. Then, in the midst of all that, George Floyd,...

HCC Hosts Juneteenth Event Series: “Free to Be. Free to Breathe.”

Taliah Richards

June 14, 2020

As we approach Juneteenth, the day that is commemorated as the end of slavery, people around the country are protesting inequality and police brutality against black Americans. The deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and George Floyd have sparked much-needed dialogue about what it means to be black i...

“Powerlessness, Protests, & Pandemic”

Julia Montanez

June 12, 2020

As an Afro Latina-American, living and working overseas during a pandemic turned worldwide racial equality protest, much of my reality has been divided. I work for an organization that works for the military and I love my job! I help service members handle the hardships of being deployed by boosting th...

Daughter motivated Watts to not give up

Daughter motivated Watts to not give up

Jamie Watts

May 22, 2020

Hi, my name is Jamie Watts. I will be a Spring 2020 graduate with my associate of arts in multidisciplinary studies. My journey wasn’t easy at all. I lost my mom in 1998. It’s been a very hard mental issue on me since then, and today I don’t know what happened to my mother. But, I do know...

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