VOX ATL reporters Amariyah Callender and Erin Davis had the opportunity to receive exclusive red carpet access at the Atlanta press screening for “The Hate U Give.”
VOX ATL reporter Amariyah Callender had the opportunity to speak with a few teens at this year’s Music Midtown festival to hear what they had to say about their favorite thing about the festival and who they were excited to see that weekend. Let us know if you see some familiar faces!
VOXers Erin Davis, Amariyah Callender and Christian Stallworth dive into what exactly cancel culture is, and why we need it more than ever in 2018.
You’re probably wondering what college admissions recruiters and officers are thinking. Is it really all about grades to them, or are these recruiters hoping to find the esteemed multifaceted student that they could only dream of?
VOX Media Café 2018 — the advanced version — brought together teens from past sessions and VOX’s school year. Here are a highlights from each day of the first week.
It’s evident that Beyoncé and Jay-Z have grown a lot from where their mindsets were during their previous solo projects, and though the Carters’ collaborative album has been long-awaited, it is far from long overdue.
Now that the school year has ended, you finally have time to spend with that special someone. But, where do you go?
“Dirty Computer” is truly an album for this generation of outcasts and open minds, as it is refreshing to see a black woman in music going against the grain and doing what she’s been capable of doing all along.
The VOXcast crew took the opportunity to share our predictions, theories and speculation for the biggest crossover event ever to hit the silver screen. Who dies? Who lives? Did we get everything right?
The VOXCast is back with season three baby! In this episode, we debate each other on one of the most important moments of the upperclassmen high school experience: Prom!