Junior Mitchell Straub founded media organization ACE TV for students looking for alternative production opportunities.
The tracks fall flat as a cohesive album. Each track sounded like a parody of the last with either ’70s-inspired elements or synth-heavy beats, making only a few of them stand out.
A ZAP Panel will be held on Dec. 3 for faculty and staff, and will feature student panelists sharing their personal experiences involving LGBTQ+ issues.
Faculty and staff members have launched the project, “From First Gen to the Front of the Room” to create a community between current first-generation students and faculty and staff who were also first generation.
Over the years, hip-hop has worked its way up from the street. It’s been criminalized, marginalized, worshipped and appropriated. Now, the genre once again expresses the discontent of a generation.
“This is a place where people are extremely conscious that they have to put back what they take away from the environment, and they’ve learned to do that.”
Staff Writer Kalia Kornegay spoke with Ioanide about her writing process, how emotions play a role in racism and what changes need to happen in order to create a more equal world.