Place of Origin: Baton Rouge, Louisiana

      Tyrone Scott is a 21-year-old graduate from Louisiana State University with a degree in screen arts and strong aspirations to become the world’s most renowned and thoroughly adored screenwriter/director. He loves reading, gaming, and all forms of visual media. He is passionate about providing representation to underrepresented demographics through his writing and other creative media that he participates in. 

What animal would you be, and why?

A dolphin. They’re the energetic goofs of the ocean, but when it matters they’re incredibly intelligent and strategic in the pursuit of what they want

Fav. Quote: “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” – Shoyo Hinata (Haikyuu!!)

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Class of 2020 – Are the Kids Really Alright?

For seniors, the spring semester typically means prom, senioritis, and graduation, a highly celebrated rite of passage into adulthood. Sadly, due to the persisting danger of having so many people gathered together, the class of 2020 will be missing the chance to celebrate this momentous occasion with their friends and family.

STIMULATE album cover.

Sonny Apollo’s STIMULATE: An Album Review

“I’m going to do R&B. And I’m going to do it my own way,” Sonny Apollo shared with us in an interview about “STIMULATE,” his project released on April 17. The album includes five new songs and three previously available singles.

A Woman’s Touch – What Esports Desperately Needs

“This is what I do, I love it. I’m good at it, I deserve this,” said Tr1cks who urges all female gamers who dream of playing professionally to recall why they play rather than why others say they shouldn’t.

A Great Year For Black Films

The 2010s were monumental for the progress of Black representation in movies. The efforts of countless Black actors and filmmakers, as well as trends like 2015’s “#oscarssoWhite” made Hollywood consider that maybe it wasn’t as inclusive as it once thought.