Wednesday, September 23, 2020

The Vision Sits Down With Unseasoned

By Toni Walker This week, The Vision sat down with Ellana, Dayz, and Jermaine to discuss their new podcast, “Unseasoned” available on iTunes and Soundcloud....

(Re)visionary: why black students need a column in the DP

Resurrecting a space for black voices to articulate our experiences and ignite political action by Nikki Hardison and Victoria Ford On April 15, 1993, close to...

Celebrating the Movement Behind Martin Luther King, Jr.

By Toni Walker This past Tuesday, we celebrated the life and activism of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in honor of what would’ve been his...

When Black Celebrities Let Us Down

By Amari Mitchell Serena WIlliams spoke with Dr. Camille Charles to a packed audience at Irvine Auditorium Wednesday night. I do not follow professional tennis,...

On Exposing My Trauma for Monetary Gain

By Roberta Nin Feliz This past weekend, I attended a scholarship reception at which I was honored for an essay I wrote. After I received...

Flinging as a Black Student

A Letter From the Editors Dear Penn Students, We would like to wish you all a happy and safe Spring Fling 2016! Although this should always be...

2018 Halloween Highlights

By Toni Walker Yes, we know Halloween is over and the countdown to Thanksgiving has already started. But, before we start daydreaming about Thanksgiving dinner,...

STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Jonathan Allsop

Jonathan Allsop Major: Music Class of 2016 Classical singer, Jonathan Allsop, will be singing a solo at the University Choir's concert version of Purcell's Dido & Aeneas this...

Mama Tingó: The Forgotten Afro-Dominican Revolutionary

by Roberta Nin Feliz The narrative surrounding revolutionaries and public figures is almost always skewed to favor those in power and with the most privilege....

A NOTE FROM BRIAN PETERSON, Director of Makuu: The Black Cultural...

Dear Penn Community – As we close out the 2015-16 academic year we at Makuu wanted to remind you of a few things: 1. You have...