Author: Malik Jamileh

Malik Jamileh is a freshman on the Holmes Ridgeland Campus. Malik has declared his major as journalism and plans to seek a minor in social media studies. He has a special interest for debating world events and discussing matters at clubs. In his spare time, you can catch him practicing Martial Arts or variations of Ti Chi. Aside from everything; he indulges in a lot of international traveling in the Middle East and loves to experience culture.

Fire and Fury

Good morning student body. If you are like me, politics was served at your dinner table on Sunday, Feb. 11. The Grammy’s 60th anniversary got controversial quick as politics made its way to the stage. Hillary Clinton’s appearance drew mass opinions about how political the Grammy’s has become. A huge political statement was made as […]

Capitol Hill, War is Coming

Good morning, Washington Elite, the forbidden apple just made its way to your garden. For millions of liberals the sun is out today, something unusual is lurking: it’s hope. Overnight, Danica Roem became the voice of the resistance, claiming victory in Northern Virginia. She claimed her seat as the first openly transgender lawmaker of Virginia. Defeating a […]

Is Sexual Abuse Inevitable?

With a world of chaos from accusations in Hollywood all the way to the president of the United States, sexual abuse is being exposed. Sexual accusations are nothing new, especially not for Hollywood. But just how common is it? Studies reveal 1 out of every 6 woman have experienced sexual assault of some kind. Every […]

Is Halloween Evil or Just Innocent Fun?

It’s that time of year again students. You know, your pumpkin spice lattes, jack-o-lanterns, spooky outfits and a night where you get to tap into your dark side. That’s right, I’m talking about Halloween. Now in the Bible belt many of you may have grown up with the notion that this is the “devil’s birthday” […]

Roe V. Wade Legal Battle

The roar of protest has spread throughout the United States like wildfire in response to a newly voted bill. The House of Representatives have just currently passed a ban on abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy. The House vote came down to 237 for opposed to 189 against being the third time voted. The newly […]

Jackson’s Finest: The Fondren Area

The Holmes student body drowning in all their schoolwork can take a break for a night out in the Fondren area. The streets are flooded with stands, art, live music, strangers and entertainers. There is a diversity of people that range from all ages who all mingle with one another. Public discussions and protests are […]