Locals Reflect on Virgin Island Artist Paloma McGregor

by J’nise Gifft Dancing While Black is just that, all that, up in that (what of that?), a fracture, an intersection, a mending, a void stolen and borrowed and originated and born again and again and again; resurrected, laughing at its own coincidence; ugly and profound, everyday and magicelectric; Dancing While Black is… has been… …

Book Reviews-

A Very Stable Genius: DONALD J. TRUMP’S TESTING OF AMERICA by Philip Rucker and Carol Leonnig Review written by Jerome Philbert In the years since the United States’ 45th president took office, misinformation and controversy have been staple to the administration. These have resulted in continued debate, repeated claims and complaints, and ongoing investigations. However, perhaps in part, …

Traveling for your Health: Exploring ways to Deal with Stress

by Brittney Steele STX- College is a time when many students find themselves and discover who they want to be. But also, college may present a time of stress which may lead to a lifetime of depression and anxiety. Students are experiencing more levels of stress and depression than ever before. https://collegestats.org/resources/mental-health-guide/ It’s important to …

2019 MIAMI Carnival

written by Yari Munoz STT-People gathered around all over Miami to host the biggest event of the year. From bands playing music to showing off beautiful costumes, and wild parties on land and sea. This wild event is  Miami Carnival. The carnival took place on the weekend of the 10th. The carnival event held large …

Dominica’s 21st World Creole Music Festival: Successful!

by Lana Cuffy ROSEAU, DOMINICA—It was a successful and well celebrated time of year again for the World Creole Music Festival (WCMF) on the island of Dominica last month, October. In a recent Facebook post- Dominica Festivals wrote, “The World Creole Music Festival thanks all stakeholders for continued success!”  It provided entertainment dedicated to the …