In this episode, the fellows talk about their excitement about the Celebration Bowl, considering Howard is going and FAMU is still in the running. Additionally, the fellows talk about what they’re looking forward to during Thanksgiving Break and their thoughts on the internship at the halfway point.
The Rhoden Fellows class of 2024 host their first solo episode discussing each of their last undergraduate homecoming experiences. They then dive into their thoughts about going into their last semester at school and Andscape pieces.
In this episode, the fellows speak with Howard Alum Ericka Goodman-Hughey and NCAT Alum James Belton to share stories from their homecomings in the past and hopes for homecomings in the future. The Rhoden Fellowship/Scholarship will be closing on October 30th, so apply at UNCF.org today!
In this episode, the fellows speak with Gregory Harris, Director of Public Safety at the Mobile Airport Authority Police Department, and Bill Rhoden to discuss campus safety in light of the events that occurred at Morgan State University’s homecoming.
The Rhoden Fellows class of 2024 host a new episode discussing the upcoming book entitled “Coach Prime: Deion Sanders and the Making of Men.” The fellows are joined by fellowship creator William Rhoden and book author, Jean-Jacques Taylor, who gives a behind-the-scenes look into the Coach Prime and the book.
The Rhoden Fellows class of 2024 discuss what it means to be a student- athlete at an HBCU. They are joined by FAMU track star Michael Crimbley II, and Howard volleyball players Sierra Edmonds and Heaven Nunley. The student-athletes talk about their experiences with the sports they love, while the fellows learn what it means to be good multitaskers. Do you want to be a part of the next class of Rhoden Fellows? Apply here.
The Rhoden Fellows class of 2024, Takier George, Kamryn Jackson and Lawrence Goss, discuss their summer session in Washington, D.C. They are joined by the face of the fellowship William Rhoden, who outlines the origins of the program. The fellows also highlight their expectations leading into their senior year of college.
RAP STORIES: BIG K.R.I.T.
Rapper and producer Big K.R.I.T. talks about his 2017 independent album, “4eva Is a Mighty Long Time.” K.R.I.T. opens up about faith, family, and personal struggles behind the tracks “Drinking Sessions” and “Keep the Devil Off.”
RAP STORIES: TOO $HORT
Too $hort remembers his 1988 studio album, “Life Is … Too $hort,” sharing how he teamed up with engineer Al Eaton to create the bass-hitting beats on tracks like “City of Dope” and “Pimp the Ho.”
RAP STORIES: MC LYTE
MC Lyte reflects on her 1988 debut album, “Lyte As a Rock.” Along the way, she shares stories about her Brooklyn upbringing, the creation of “10% Diss,” and the myth surrounding her relationship with Antoinette.