Zulu, a New Orleans Institution

Erick Barker and Omari Timmerman On Mardi Gras, the sounds of men, women, and children screaming to the people of  Zulu as they pass by on their parade floats is breathtaking to the bystanders that wish they had their precious coconuts that the krewe decorated. Meanwhile as the floats go by, the second liners are… Read More Zulu, a New Orleans Institution

A Message of Peace

Taylor Lonzo and Jaudai Vappie In the United States today, muslims are often perceived as enemies.  But it’s not entirely their fault.  The media and hateful, ignorant politicians are partially responsible for the widespread misunderstanding of muslims and their culture in the western world.  In search for an easily presentable and compelling story, the media… Read More A Message of Peace