Over the course of the past year, you have liked, have loved and have shared the stories that we here at Odyssey at Morehouse love to write. In turn, our team would like to thank you for keeping us motivated to keep publishing every week, and for sharing our voices to your friends and families all over the world. We do not only expect our stories to just get told, but to be discovered to the folks who our stories are meant to reach. Our stories are relevant, important, entertaining and engaging to our friends and colleagues and we take pride in a charge to continue to deliver at increasing quality, the stories you are all consistently sharing.
This upcoming Fall 2016, our team is proud to announce a number of changes to be rolled out to continue promoting the diversity and progressive change of our online voice. Over the course of this summer, we look forward to refining our work and to continue delivering more of what you love. In addition to this, we are looking forward to two special projects we currently have under development which include the revitalization of our team at Odyssey and the launch of a sophisticated new business journal aimed at supporting the excellence of Morehouse's elite Business and Economics divisions, which produced all of three Valedictorians of the college's record-breaking 2016 Commencement Ceremony. In the future, we also will be updating specialized "columns" which focus on specific interests, the arts, politics, current AUC events, etc.
While we remain excited to watch our team grow and redefine itself, we are still currently looking for outstanding new members to join our team!
The Editors with Odyssey at Morehouse College
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Stores may still be closed, but the internet is still wide open. So, while you're already shopping online check out Etsy for your Father's Day needs and support small creators.
As June approaches, Father's Day is coming up quickly with it. While they may not ask for much, it's always a nice gesture to give your dad something special to share your appreciation. Although, at the same time, it might be difficult to find the perfect gift either for their humor or that will be practical.
On a normal occasion, it's simple to find a gift for your father figures in stores, but for the times we're currently in our access has become very limited. Small and independent businesses need help now more than ever, so what better time than now to support them? If you're still stuck on what to give for Father's Day, look to this list for some inspiration that won't hurt your wallet too much.
Listen and learn, because knowledge is power.
Podcasts are such an integral part of some of our everyday lives that it can be hard to recall a time at which they didn't exist. Podcasts exist on about every single topic, from dating to celebrity gossip and Harry Potter.
Now more than ever, it's likely you're reeling from the news, and (hopefully) wanting to do something about it in order to educate yourself. Podcasts are one of the best ways to get the most up-to-date information in a conversational, personal way from some of today's top educators, scholars, and theorists.
I don't need your opinions on why I'm single and you're not. We are two different people.
I'm so happy for my friends when they get into relationships, but that doesn't mean they get to have control over my love life, and that is what bothers me. For the record, I've been in four relationships, one lasting for three years, so I do understand relationships.
Books about black lives, from classics to new must-reads.
It's likely you are seeing the current state of the world and wanting to do something about it. Whether you're only beginning to or wanting to deepen your understanding of the black experience, these books are precisely where to start.
Some, like Maya Angelou's "I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings, are classics you've probably heard of, but may not have picked up yet. Others, like Reni Eddo-Lodge's "Why I'm No Longer Talking To White People About Race," are newer hits.
Just in time for another your summer binge-watch list.
The first of the month is now here, which means we will be losing some of our Netflix favorites but gaining some new ones.
Here is a list of TV shows and movies we will be losing and gaining on Netflix during June.
A high metabolism isn't a get-out-of-jail-free card!
Everyone has that one friend — the one who eats to their heart's content but never gains an ounce. Meanwhile, you feel like you gain five pounds just stealing a glance at a hamburger! My childhood best friend was like that, much to my chagrin. Anyone who hadn't witnessed her eat might be tempted to say that she was thin because of her diet, but she would sometimes eat a bag of Sour Patch Kids as a "meal." One time, I watched in awe as she chowed down on a "salad" made up of one part romaine lettuce, two parts shredded cheddar cheese, and two parts French dressing — it was nothing more than a red lake of dressing with bits of green and orange debris floating in it. Clearly our definitions of "salad" were quite different, as were our perceptions of a balanced meal.
"He's really nice and cute and I like being around him when we see each other, but he's awful at communication."
You've probably been eating it the past three months,
If we added up all the minutes of my life I've stood in front of the fridge or pantry mindlessly glazing over options, it would probably amount to several years longer than I'd care to admit.
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