The Wichitan

MSU needs more African-American professors

Adaobi Ezeodum

September 30, 2015

Filed under Guest Column, Op-Ed

At the beginning of the semester, I thought about taking on a EURECA project. I wanted to work on a subject that deals with race and race relations in the United States and I wanted to work with an African-American professor. That’s when it dawned on me. ...

We should all be feminists

Adaobi Ezeodum

February 4, 2015

Filed under Op-Ed

The above title for this column was taken from a TED talk given by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, a renowned author and writer who many have heard speaking in Beyoncé's "Flawless," but few know. I am mostly drawn to her because she...

Mesquite Cafe can do Better

Adaobi Ezeodum

November 6, 2014

Filed under Op-Ed

Being that it was my first semester in Midwestern State, I chose to live in the dorms and reap the benefits of on-campus housing. One of the conditions that came with that was the requirement to purchase a meal plan. I ended up picking the 14-meals-per-week p...

My first Homecoming Experience

Adaobi Ezeodum

October 28, 2014

Filed under Op-Ed

I came from a junior college in New York so I never had the opportunity to experience homecoming. In fact, prior to attending MSU, I never knew what homecoming was or what it meant. I heard it mentioned a few times in movies and newspapers, but that was abou...

‘If only I knew that when I was a freshman’

Adaobi Ezeodum

October 22, 2014

Filed under Op-Ed

Every year there's an influx of students from all parts of the world and all walks of life, all looking for one thing more or less: a sound education which in turn leads to a more defined future. Freshmen straight from high school are bombarded with total...

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