Musings (A Blog Featuring English Students at Medgar Evers College)

Stimulating the Economy

MoneyBaggJoe said “It’s a bandemic.” What does this even mean? Well, firstly, the word “band” translates to $1,000. Secondly, many middle class Americans have been celebrating the new COVID relief bill by associating the president to young rappers who often...

Invest in Yourself

I’d probably be rich if I had a dollar for every time someone advised me to invest in myself without explaining what exactly I should do. I experience the same phenomenon when I ask a singer how to sing and...

5 Books By Black Female Authors Every Man Should Read For National Women’s Month

We can say "peace on earth." We can sing about it, preach about it or pray about it, but if we have not internalized the mythology to make it happen inside us, then it will not be – Betty Shabazz...

The Power of Music

Picture yourself waking up on the wrong side of the bed. You spend all night running from repressed memories, and the feelings linger into reality. As you melt into your mattress you realize the time for labor is steadily approaching...

The health benefits of Sea Moss.

Boost your immune system during these unpredictable times. More than ever, protecting yourself from germs has been the world's number one priority. COVID-19 can be the blame for this heightened awareness that germs are everywhere. Before this pandemic happened, we...

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