Postseason Hopes End in  Regional for FAMU Softball Sports

Postseason Hopes End in Regional for FAMU Softball

May 26, 2015

      By James Celeste Outlook Writer   Despite beginning the season with 12 straight losses, the Florida A&M softball team advanced to NCAA postseason play. The Rattlers beat archrival Bethune-Cookman 2-0 to win their second consecutive and 11th overall Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference championship. “We kept persevering,” FAMU assistant

Emotionally Charged Rattlers Savor MEAC Baseball Title Victory Feature

Emotionally Charged Rattlers Savor MEAC Baseball Title Victory

May 26, 2015

    By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer Outfielder Marlon Gibbs wasn’t just jubilant because of the history that Florida A&M University made when it beat Bethune-Cookman University to secure the Rattlers’ first trip to the NCAA regional tournament last Saturday. He was celebrating his grandmother, whose funeral he

Tiger Woods Called An ‘Amazing Father’ by Lindsey Vonn Sports

Tiger Woods Called An ‘Amazing Father’ by Lindsey Vonn

April 28, 2015

  By Nicholas A. Norman Special to the Outlook from  NNPA  Lindsey Vonn says she feels lucky to be part of the lives of Tiger Woods’ two children, and says that both the golfer and his kids are “amazing.” Vonn made the comments praising the parenting skills of Woods and

Should the Washington NFL Team Think QB With the No. 5 Pick? Sports

Should the Washington NFL Team Think QB With the No. 5 Pick?

April 21, 2015

    AFRO Sports Desk Faceoff By Perry Green and Stephen D. Riley Sepcial to the Outlook from  to NNPA from  The 2015 NFL Draft kicks off later this month as the NFL offseason rages on. The annual hoopla surrounding the draft is always appropriate considering the draft remains the

Adrian Peterson Wants to Play for the Dallas Cowboys Sports

Adrian Peterson Wants to Play for the Dallas Cowboys

April 21, 2015

By Nicholas A. Norman Special to the NNPA from the Houston Forward Times Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is reportedly set to meet with the NFL to discuss his potential reinstatement. Peterson was supposed to be eligible for reinstatement on April 15, so the league could be expediting the

St. Louis Native Jo Jo White Enters Basketball Hall of Fame Sports

St. Louis Native Jo Jo White Enters Basketball Hall of Fame

April 21, 2015

      By Earl Austin Jr. Special to the NNPA from the St. Louis American St. Louisan “Jo Jo” White will be inducted in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony will take place September 10-12 in Springfield, Mass. A former star prep player at Vashon

A Pastoral Response to Same Sex Marriage – Part 3 Religion

A Pastoral Response to Same Sex Marriage – Part 3

April 21, 2015

  By Rev. John H. Grant, D. Min., Pastor Mt. Zion MissionaryBaptist Church of Asheville, NC According  to the scholarly National Association for the Research and Therapy of Homosexuality (“NARTH”): Although many people have been misled to believe that homosexuality is biologically based and therefore unchangeable, researchers acknowledge that people