Students dress to impress with new suit closet

By Mylaika Stephenson The Career Center is opening a Suit Closet that will allow Women’s College students to rent new business attire for free. When students are entering the working field for the first-time job interviews can be nerve-racking. The Career Center wanted to create a resource that helps to relieve the stress of formal... Continue Reading →

Gender-neural bathrooms added on campus

By Lindsey Pytrykow Gender-neutral bathrooms have been a national and local discussion for years. While this concept is controversial to a number of people, NDMU has instituted numerous gender-inclusive restrooms. WMAR, Baltimore News, reported that in 2014, Maryland passed an act to prevent discrimination against someone due to gender identity. This act, known as Fairness... Continue Reading →

Sanders campaign yields highest monthly fundraising

By Taylor Marshall Latest Democratic frontrunner, Senator Bernie Sanders, announced a massive $25 million fundraising total for January according to an announcement on Twitter. Sanders, the frontrunner according to a Quinnipac Poll, raised the most money by any candidate in a single month within this election cycle. This figure surpasses the campaign’s totals from the... Continue Reading →

Man killed over Popeyes Chicken Sandwich

By Makeima Freeland After searching, the police have identified the man they were searching for in the killing of a Popeyes customer who was fatally stabbed after reportedly cutting the line for one of the Popeye’s chicken sandwiches. Investigators said that 30-year-old Ricoh McClain, of District Heights, was charged in a warrant with first and... Continue Reading →

Suspicious Individuals Found on Campus

By Taylor Bynion Within the month of Nov., there were two suspicious male individuals spotted on campus, according to campus Public Safety. On Nov. 7, the NDMU community was alerted via email that there was a homeless man using campus facilities overnight and in the early morning hours. “Public Safety has conducted a full sweep... Continue Reading →

United in Opioid Addiction Awareness

By Ciarese De Torres According to the U.S. Department of Health Human Services (HHS), the timeline of the opioid epidemic that has been plaguing the nation stems back to the nineties, when pharmaceutical companies assured the medical community that patients would not be addicted to opioids. As a result, the opioid prescriptions increased over time.... Continue Reading →

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