by Eboni Bays-Holley
When a break-up devastates your world, you might think twice about getting back together.
Some people see the words, “It’s over” as final. But others see it differently.
“When he said it was over, my heart just stopped. I couldn’t believe it,” sophomore, *Destiny said.
“It was like I was a computer and what he was saying just wasn’t getting through to me,” she added. Destiny’s shock is not uncommon.
By Arielle Swinehart
Black History month started in 1926 with a National Negro History week. Every U.S. President has designated February as Black History month since 1976. Black History month is a month dedicated to recognize and celebrate the achievements of African Americans and their central role in U.S. history. Continue reading “Whetstone Efforts for Black History Month Fall Short”