On Wednesday, March 2, 2021, fans of Reggae music all over the world were taken back with grief over the news that Reggae legend and icon Neville O’Riley Livingston OM, OJ (Order of Merit & Order of Jamacia), also known as Bunny Wailer, had passed away at the age of 73. Neville was born […]

Sal, I.    It is of a just character, to not burden oneself, nor others  with pungent anger.    Of such a thing,  one must not allow it to be seeded;  a rampant rake.    Do not busy oneself –  treat the soil  as the figs foretold the Romans.    Now to concern ourselves  for […]

Raya seeks the help of the legendary dragon, Sisu. “Raya and the Last Dragon” © 2021 Disney. All Rights Reserved.  As a gay, mixed East and Southeast Asian woman, growing up, representation was far and few between. I loved Disney princesses, but for years rejected Mulan because I felt pigeon-holed into believing she was the […]

This year, Mt. A welcomes new English professor Dr. Ede. Dr. Ede’s research focuses mainly on African literature and literature in the African diaspora. He chose this area of study due to his own personal connections with it.     Along with studying literature, Dr. Ede also writes. He is a published poet who writes […]

I love holiday music. As soon as November 12th strikes, my parents put on the holiday music, and keep it on as late into the New Year as possible. Over the years we have gathered quite the collection of Holiday CDs (94 and counting to be exact). Holiday music just makes me feel warm, cozy, […]

Pixar’s most diverse and ambitious film yet has both heart and soul One of 2020’s most anticipated releases was the newest feature film from Disney-Pixar: Soul. Originally supposed to debut in June (for Juneteenth, in honor of the emancipation of enslaved Black people), Soul was forced to move to a release date later in 2020, […]