Up in the Ranks

Warm-ups, stretches, push-ups, long jogs – the life of an Army cadet is a stressful one. For most people, the first image that registers in their minds is that of chiseled and toned men performing all of the above. That image is old news, however; today‚Äôs soldier is Ann E. Dunwoody, who, on Nov. 14, […]

Shades of Discrimination

“Facial and Free Bleaching For Scars, Oily and Dark Pigmentation.” This phrase is etched in bright red letters on a yellow flag more than five feet tall. Amid the black-and-white posters of Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali and the dark, worn furniture, it is the first thing that catches the eye in this tiny office. […]