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Official student newspaper of Alabama State University

The Hornet Tribune

Official student newspaper of Alabama State University

The Hornet Tribune

The origins of soul food cooking have its roots in the pre-colonial enslavement period of African people when enslaved Blacks had to make do with what they were given. While white slave owners got the meatiest cuts of ham, roasts, etc., Black slaves were only allotted the “leftover” and “undesirable” cuts of meat from their masters

From struggle to comfort: The origin of soul food

Tammia Jacobs, Senior Staff Reporter/Writer
November 20, 2021
Many students are welcoming the holiday season with a 90s revival. ‘90s fashion has been enjoying a return to the spotlight for a few years now, but this fall, the trend is going even farther with students rocking the decade’s staple looks from head to toe, rather than just using them as accent pieces.

Fashion Trends for the fall

Tammia Jacobs, Senior Staff Reporter/Writer
November 6, 2021
Photo by Ahmed Zayan on Unsplash

Marijuana: Dependency or Addiction?

Tammia Jacobs, Senior Staff Reporter/Writer
October 30, 2021
Take advantage of tutoring while in college

Take advantage of tutoring while in college

Tammia Jacobs , Senior Staff Reporter/Writer
October 23, 2021
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Helpful tips to avoid the daunting Freshman 15

Tammia Jacobs, Staff Reporter/Writer
October 16, 2021
The Legacy Museum is located at 400 North Court Street in Downtown Montgomery. It displays the history of slavery and racism in America with cutting-edge technology, world-class art and critically important scholarship that portray lynchings and racial bias.

The historic significance of the Legacy Museum

Tammia Jacobs, Senior Staff Reporter/Writer
October 16, 2021
Both on campus and off campus students at Alabama State University are weighing the benefits of eating healthier. Many are realiz-
ing that burgers and pizza are not going anywhere, but they can find lower-calorie options that offer more nutritional value. However,

there are times when college students deviate from the healthier options. Pictured above are several students who are enjoying
“Fried Chicken Wednesday” a favorite lunch consisting of fried chicken, macaroni and cheese, collard greens and peach cobbler.

How to eat properly in college.

Tammia Jacobs, Staff Reporter/Writer
September 18, 2021
Many first-year students make the choice to reside on campus, as it allows them a more convenient way of living. Pictured are freshmen Kamiya and Chelsea as they bond in their C.J. Dunn Tower.

The pros and cons of living on Campus

Tammia Jacobs, Staff Reporter/Writer
September 18, 2021
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