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Zora Howard|The D Train Teaches A Lesson In Patience

"…Afraid to move forward or backward so I sink where I stand. Everything tells me my hour’s descending and I still feel like a rough draft. Who’s gonna proof me? Or prune me? Or prep me?…"

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BLOG FEATURE - "A Strong Black Woman": Reflections on Feminism and Womanhood

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BLOG FEATURE - Have Some Grace

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"So you should study the triune God, don’t be content with The Fates
Greater poetry than Dickinson, Poe or Yates
Major in theology, son
Don’t have to be monk or a nun…”

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It’s that time of year again. The moment we’ve all been preparing for. Months upon months of learning all boils down to this. Exam season. I find it quite strange that at this current time (when it counts the most!) the weight of academic apathy has never hung so heavy upon my shoulders. Academic apathy is a general demotivation to put any applied effort into pursuing one’s career as a student. It’s bunking that seemingly 'unnecessary' lesson, and arriving late to those that you HAVE to attend. It’s reading the bare minimum for a test in the name of procrastination, and hoping you’ll atleast pass according to the grade boundaries… Is this beginning to sound convicting? I’m guilty.

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Love this whole album!

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