Articles by: Hakeem Angulu '16

Black Male Elitism

May 27, 2016 at 6:00 am 0 comments

The less time I have left at Choate, the more time I spend standing in front of mirrors. I look at myself, trying to see just how much I have changed in the past two years, just how much of me Choate has brought to the fore. I also attemptRead More

Black Elitism: A Lingering Affliction

March 31, 2016 at 11:35 am 0 comments

Minority communities have strong bonds that are the manifestations of the common experiences of their members. We commonly cite the Black, Hispanic/Latinx, and the LGBTQIA+ communities as prime examples of this phenomenon. However, there exists a beautiful diversity within these communities, along other lines of cultural identification. With that said,Read More

The New Face of Racism

The New Face of Racism

March 27, 2016 at 12:11 am 0 comments

On June 22, 2015, Marc Maron hosted President Barack Obama on his comedy podcast “WTF”, and the President, less inhibited in his speech than usual, said something that would blow the minds of Americans everywhere: “We are not cured of it [racism]. And it’s not just a matter of beingRead More

The Case to legalize Prostitution

The Case to legalize Prostitution

March 26, 2016 at 8:06 pm 0 comments

Usually I write articles based on current events, but this week, my article comes as a response to an ongoing conversation I’ve been having with my friends, online, and at the dinner table. This is just one example of how a leisurely conversation at Choate can transform into a full-fledgedRead More