The Egalitarian


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...


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...

The silver linings of the pandemic

Taliah Richards

July 7, 2020

Like many other people, I've done my share of complaining these past several months. I’ve whined about being stuck inside for my birthday, a missed vacation, not being able to do the things I would normally do, and much more. Although we’re all going through tough times, try to look for the positives...

Going to college as an “older” student

Taliah Richards

July 2, 2020

 How old is too old to go to college? As a person who spends a lot of time on different message boards and social media, I see variations of this question all the time. Is 40 too old to go back to school? Is 29 too old? What about 22? People who don’t fall into the “traditional” age range that...

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...

“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...

Graduation Blues? You’re not alone!

Graduation Blues? You're not alone!

Zeba Kurji, Staff Writer

May 17, 2020

Are you graduating this month and are feeling blue? You're not alone. This semester, for me, started out great. I had all the teachers I liked, I was finally taking classes relating to my major, lectures didn't seem boring, was making new friends. I felt like 2020 was the year everything came together....

Don’t be discouraged by life’s current decisions.

Liviala Lee, Writer

May 13, 2020

For me Covid-19 happened in the blink of an eye.  In February 2020 I took a vacation to Jamaica to visit my family and daughter living on the island.  By the time I came back to United States everything went downhill.  A was a full-time student of the Houston Community College and working full-time...

Rodeo Headliner Series: Chris Young

Chris Young: winner of the 2006 Nashville Star t.v. competition.

Alexander Thomas, Staff Writer

March 9, 2020

Chris Young is a well-known country artist in Nashville who has a great voice. He is actually the product of a show called Nashville Star lasted six seasons starting in 2003. He entered the competition in 2006 (his audition was here in Houston), winning the competition. After winning, he signed with one...

Rodeo Headliner Series: Maren Morris

Maren Morris: solo artist, member of the The Highwomen (a country supergroup) and expecting mother.

Alexander Thomas, Staff Writer

March 7, 2020

Personally I'm not a fan of Maren Morris' music, especially her sophomore major label album Girl. If the album was classified as a pop album, I would be okay with it. What bugs me is that this album is categorized as a country album. The music is heavy on production, snap-tracks and the traditional instrume...

Rodeo Headliner Series: Willie Nelson

The Legend Himself, Willie Nelson.

Alexander Thomas, Staff Writer

March 4, 2020

Whereas we looked at a newcomer and their early success, we'll look at the country music hero that is Willie Nelson. Back in the 70's, he along with Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Kris Kritofferson and more split from the silky, polished sound Nashville was producing to a more rockier, stripped down version....

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