Hip-Hop Panel brings culture into the classroom

Just days after rapstress Megan Thee Stallion earned Grammy awards for Best Rap Song, Best Rap Performance, and Best New Artist, over 50 attendees logged into Zoom to talk about the effects of bringing Hip-Hop culture and music into the classroom. Part of the School of Multimedia and Communication Studies’ Critical Conversation series, “If You… Read More Hip-Hop Panel brings culture into the classroom

The People Behind the Press: Meet Our Staff!

As The Paradigm Press celebrates our 1-year chartering anniversary we would like to highlight our amazing team of writers, photographers, and editors! In just one year, our exceptional staff has accomplished so much and done so while cultivating content that is both relevant and necessary to black students and the overall black community. We thank… Read More The People Behind the Press: Meet Our Staff!

BSU and MP Present: “Poetry for the Soul” a Poetry Night on the Housing Lawn

Organizations all around campus are hosting events in honor of Black History Month. The Black Student Union and Multicultural Programming have come together for the second time this month to host “Poetry for the Soul”: an event to highlight black poetry and culture.  This event took place on the evening of Feb. 11th on the… Read More BSU and MP Present: “Poetry for the Soul” a Poetry Night on the Housing Lawn

The Black Undergraduate Theatre Collective Presents: Women of Soul

On Feb. 6 2021, the Black Undergraduate Theatre Collective hosted Women of Soul. This event was streamed from the FAU Amphitheater via YouTube.  The showcase featured music from Aretha Franklin, Diana Ross and the Supremes, and Martha Reeves and the Vandellas. The event was meant to focus on the stories of these trailblazing women and… Read More The Black Undergraduate Theatre Collective Presents: Women of Soul