Whatever law enforcement body is to exist in our country, it needs to be one with more training than today’s police officers.
October is just around the corner, and it’s never too early to get in the spirit.
This past Sunday, Aug. 30, MTV hosted what was…a solid first attempt at a large-scale awards show during the age of Coronavirus. Here’s a closer look at the moments that worked, the moments that didn’t and the moments we’d rather forget.
On his fifth EP, Sivan crowns himself as king of crying on the dancefloor. He opens up about some of the most difficult moments of his own heartbreak, no matter how much of a struggle that might be.
Between it being pride month and home to the anniversary of both the Supreme Court decision to legalize same-sex marriage nationally and the historic Stonewall riots, there is undeniably much to celebrate. And what’s a good celebration without a boppin’ playlist to match?
From the many gorgeous outfits to the uplifting energy of the crowd, DragOut was a night full of excitement and surprises. Attendees and performers alike left Shalala feeling body-confident and empowered and with a full camera roll of videos to remember the celebratory night.
A charismatic and positive comedian known for her roles on both Netflix and MTV, Byer was the headliner of Hurricane Productions Daytime’s annual spring comedy show.
So far, confirmed participants include UM alum Miss Toto, fan-favorite king Spikey Van Dykey and DragOut newcomer Aurora Whorealis.
An interactive, sensory-based exhibit guided by audio from news sources and international media, the tunnel is divided into a handful of rooms that each represent a different form of oppression.
This Sunday, Feb. 2, UM’s own Hurricanette dance team, Sunsations dance team and Frost Band of the Hour appeared alongside pop icons Jennifer Lopez and Shakira at the 54th annual Super Bowl.