Break-Ups and Make-Ups

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. ┬áBut 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. ┬áDestiny’s shock is not uncommon.

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Whetstone Efforts for Black History Month Fall Short

 

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”