The fate of the Ford Family Enrichment Center is up for question Children and copious tears are not normally on the agenda for a UCC board meeting, but there were a lot of both at the last meeting when the closure of the Ford Family Enrichment Center was discussed. WithContinue Reading

The Washington Post Dorothy Gilliam Trailblazer

Black History month is not just a month to be celebrated; black history is American history.  Black History month: commemorative; American History: inclusive for all Americans.  Many black writers address the principle of being appropriately and fully respected as Americans, either in historical accounts or in everyday life.  Dorothy ButlerContinue Reading

Most people who have experienced love in a romantic way know that love is blind. It sees no colors, religion, gender and sometimes focuses only on the good in people. Focusing only on seeing the good can lead to trouble, however. “Nearly 1.5 million high school students nationwide experience physicalContinue Reading

The RiverHawks men’s wrestling team placed fourth overall at the National Junior College Athletic Association West District Championships in Idaho on Sunday, Feb. 10. Adam Lamb (285 pounds), Nathan Kiddo (125) and Sawyer Myers (141) all competed for the top district spot in their weight classes, with each ultimately finishingContinue Reading

From Sidney Poitier to Jordan Peele Black Americans’ representation and impact on film has been growing with no signs of slowing down. Because of this American audiences can take a moment to admire some of the irreplaceable people and contributions of the Black community on modern cinema. Since the 2000’sContinue Reading

“Everything happens for a reason,” writer and director Martin Follose told the cast of “Fading Gray” in their below stage dressing room as they donned their costumes and make-up in preparation for opening night. This wasn’t the first time this play had been performed. Six years ago, “Fading Gray” premieredContinue Reading