Since the age of 14, Cougar Holliman has been competing in rap battles and exploring his talent as a hip-hop artist. During his early years, he said he was still developing his skills and did not quite understand the structure of how to write a song.
On Thursday, Feb. 18 in the Viking Union Multi-Purpose Room, Martinez spoke on how disconnected people are from the Earth. He said Americans are some of the most privileged people on the planet and they tend not to see climate change in ways that it affects them. Martinez came to campus to be a part of the lecture series “Cultures of Resistance,” held by the AS Resource and Outreach Programs.
“You can’t fight for reproductive rights without fighting for anti-racism. There is systematic racism within the healthcare system,” Appel said.
Running around and playing without a care in the world seems to be the lifestyle choice of most young children. While most dream of going into space, becoming professional athletes or ruling a kingdom, Arlen Coiley dreamt of flavor combinations. The kitchen became his own personal playground.
For 36 years, tucked away in the historical part of town, walking into Village Books is like walking into a haven for book lovers and members alike. The bookstore, located in Fairhaven, has been named to the shortlist for the 2016 Publishers Weekly's Bookstore of the Year Award.