Owa-mbe Makes its Mark

On Friday, November 12, the Africa Business Club (ABC) hosted the first-ever Owa-mbe party with resounding success. When planning the event, ABC Social Vice-President Felix Ofungwu (OB), had a contingency plan in place for everything – except for New England’s first snowfall of the season! “The party will go on”, vowed Ofungwu, who conceived the… Continue reading Owa-mbe Makes its Mark

Music Review: Common's Electric Circus

Electric CircusArtist: CommonLabel: MCA Grade: Strong 2 Hip-Hop artist Common makes the wide influences for his latest offering “Electric Circus” known at first sight. The album cover, with its toned cutouts of the many individuals who influenced the release, is a play on cover of the classic Beatles’ album, “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”.… Continue reading Music Review: Common's Electric Circus

Penn Masala dazzles South Asians at Tufts

Penn Masala, the well known Hindi a cappella group performed in Boston at Tufts University on the 5th and 6th of October, at an event organized by TASA, the university’s South Asian students’ association. The group was formed in 1996 by south Asian students in the University of Pennsylvania. Since then the composition of the… Continue reading Penn Masala dazzles South Asians at Tufts

Looking Back

Uncle Jordy: Zach, being from across the river, you have no classcard, so we’re not really sure whether or not we should believe you are whom you say. You claim to be quite a paddler, so here’s a test. There is a river in your home state commonly called the Yak. How do you spell… Continue reading Looking Back