While some setbacks are forthcoming, others are unexpected, throwing you off your path for a moment, only to make you better for the path that is destined for you. For Kristen Dupard, persevering and standing firm in her faith in God has been the source for her witnessing her dreams come true in spite of her circumstances.
Yasmin Cunningham is no stranger to maneuvering through the curveballs and circumstances of everyday life. Throughout her journey, she has experienced moments of happiness, but she has also experienced storms […]
Lori Swanier, Ryan’s mom, broke the tennis barrier at Jackson State University. As for Swanier, a 2017 graduate of JSU and one of the very few black male tennis players, he wanted to follow in her footsteps.
From being named the first female head football coach in Louisiana high school history to becoming national champs in deaf football, Louisiana School for the Deaf head coach Susan Gremillion is leading the way and exceeding the odds.
Nataliyah Friar is no stranger to the sound of the firing shot before a track and field race. Track and field has been apart of her life since she was in the eighth grade, where she first began dreaming of winning more medals than her mother, who also ran track in college.
Often regarded as the staple of our fashion trends, sneakers have transformed over the centuries at an unbelievable rate.
After cutting a 15-point deficit to six points to start the fourth quarter, the Pelicans continued to fight, using Langston Galloway’s three point shooting and Jrue Holiday’s clutch performance in overtime to come back and defeat the Suns, 120-119, Sunday evening in the Talking Stick Resort Arena.
The Pelicans led by six early in the fourth quarter but Wesley Matthews and Harrison Barnes combined for 23 points in the fourth quarter to lift Dallas past New Orleans, 91-81, Sunday night at the American Airlines Center.
For members of the US Armed Forces like retired Capt. Cherissa Jackson, Veterans Day is not simply another day in the 365 days in a year. It is a day of recognition, honoring and sacrifice in which she, like many other veterans, have fought bravely to protect her country.
While things happen in life, both good and bad, Stephanie Smith feels that everyone should enjoy each day and make the most of it. She is a living witness to the idea that anything can happen.