The Tribal Times

Regression due to Mental Segregation

by Jedidah Taylor, Managing Editor

March 18, 2016

For the first time, I am old enough to vote. I am an adult, and legally I will be treated as so.  That means I am able to participate in my duty as a citizen, I am able to have a voice, and I am now directly affected by the ch...

10 Times society has crossed the boundary between ‘trendy’ and ‘deadly’

by Jedidah Taylor, Managing Editor

March 9, 2016

A fashion; a change or develop in a general direction. Day after day, week after week, year after year new trends swirl from nation to nation; developing and changing the way people think and act. But just because ‘everyone’...

He had a dream, but why don’t we?

by Jedidah Taylor, Managing Editor

January 15, 2016

With Martin Luther King, Jr. Day fast approaching, schools will be at recess and government agencies will be released for an extended three day weekend. What does that mean? Well, for some it means a chance to take the overnight ...

The Food We Eat: Degenerating or Regenerating Our Future

by Jedidah Taylor, Managing Editor

January 9, 2016

This week, Buzzfeed posted the “A Man Opened a 22 year Old Chocolate Bar and It Looks Crazy” and it truly looks crazy. The inside of the chocolate bar resembles the inside of a honey cone, and consists of a million crystal...

‘The Wiz’ Is an all black cast in 2015 absurd?

by Jedidah Taylor, Managing Editor

December 14, 2015

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is a far-famed movie and Broadway play which features an all white cast in  honor of the classic was adapted into the The Wiz by Charlie F. Brown in 1974 as a play and later produced into a movie in 1978, but th...

Perception vs Reality

by Jedidah Taylor, Managing Editor

October 30, 2015

As a journalist, Photoshop is a staple.  Cropping, brightening, and everything else that needs a little “touching-up” can transform a photo to a master piece. As a teenage girl, a little foundation can help me achieve an airbrush...

How not to be considered an angry woman

by Jedidah Taylor, Managing Editor

October 23, 2015

Compass the world’s borders, and one thing will always stay the same -- the gender gap. In western society the “equality to all’ sets an illusion that women no longer face discrimination for their feminine qualities; howev...

Peeple; a harmless app or a social trap

by Jedidah Taylor, Managing Editor

October 9, 2015

Everyone’s familiar with Yelp, the app that allows you to get the scoop on where to get the best food, hangouts, entertainment, and more -- or where not to get it for that matter. Public reviews are posted from people throughout...


by Jedidah Taylor, Managing Editor

October 6, 2015

Society today instilled in people the belief that abortion is either a detrimental sin or not that big of a deal. In discussing the two standpoints the sides are referred to as ”pro-life” the belief that women should not ha...

To love or To be loved

by Jedidah Taylor, Managing Editor

September 11, 2015

As a whole in society  we take the phrase “I love you” lightly. Lisa Kogan was told by a publicist that she loved her and without thinking about it, she replied “I love you too.” After the words had already escaped from her...

Grown Enough

by Jedidah Taylor, Managing Editor

August 8, 2015

Have you ever had a song you couldn’t get out of your head? Similarly, all my senses align with my mother's voice, over and over again: “I don’t care what you do you're grown; you’re too old for me to be telling you things.” Even...

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