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The Black Panther Sleuths into World Topics

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    T’Challa, played by Chadwick Boseman, and his ex-lover, Nakia, played by Lupita Nyong’D. CNN
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    The Black Panther suits up and prepares to fight. Deadline.

The “Black Panther,” which debuted Feb. 16, is the latest Marvel superhero solo movie. Ever since the last Avengers (Civil War) movie where the superhero Black Panther made his first appearance, his solo cameo has been highly anticipated. Although the movie did satisfy many people who went in with high expectations, for others it did not quite meet those same expectations. Keep Reading

American Students “March for Our Lives”

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School shootings are just as American as apple pie. As of 2012, America’s rate of gun homicide has more than tripled the rate of gun homicides in other developed countries, averaging 29.7 homicides per 1 million people. It is universally known that gun violence is a big problem, but the question is, how do we handle it? Keep Reading

Sozo Children’s Choir Brings Joy to Wesleyan

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“A child from Uganda, a teenager from the U.S. and an adult from Johns Creek are all part of one humanity under Christ,” said Christian Life Director Greg Lisson. As part of February’s Christian Life theme, “One Humanity,” Wesleyan partnered with the Sozo Ugandan Children’s Choir to bring a unique celebration of diversity to the community.

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The Man Whose Dream Changed the World

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    Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. giving his “I Have A Dream" speech in Washington D.C. Evergrowth Coaching.
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    Image of Oprah Winfrey, the first black woman to receive the Cecil B. DeMille lifetime achievement award, which is the highest honor of the Golden Globes. Jim Ruymen/UPI.
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    Collage of images from the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site. Monica Tarnawski.
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    English teacher Monica Tarnawski visits the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site. Monica Tarnawski.

Although millions of people in the United States were born on Jan. 15th, only one man has the honor of having the day be dedicated to his life and accomplishments. This man made equality his mantra, made freedom burn in the hearts and minds of all those who suffered from racial oppression and made change his life’s work. This man has earned commendation and respect not only from African Americans, but from people of all colors and races. Lionized in history as a pioneer of the Civil Rights Movement, he was an advocate for non-violent protest and had a dream to see a world where skin color is not the foremost authority. This man is none other than the great Martin Luther King Jr. Keep Reading

There’s “Snow” Place Like Winterplace

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After enjoying the Great Atlantan Snowstorm of December 2017, Wesleyan students were dreaming of a “White Christmas.” High school students had the opportunity to fulfill dreams of east-coast snow when they hit the slopes of Winterplace Ski Resort on the Christian Life Ski Retreat.

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