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    Film Review/Alert: Bronx Princess

    Want a Ghanaian film to watch? Skip the perfect pictures and hearts of men and go straight to “Bronx Princess”. Even though this film isn’t produced in Ghana or by a Ghanaian, I found more elements of Ghanaian culture and society in it than in other so-called Ghanaian movies. The film maker, Yoni Brook, and …

        Circum-Flash

        Eid So it’s Eid in Ghana today, and it’s also Kwame Nkrumah’s birthday!! Talk about celebration and holidays!!! Eid was yesterday here in the US and in most parts of the world, and I had a pretty memorable Eid. Spent it with family in Virginia, and boy, what an interesting time it was. Showing on …

          Ramadan Special: Islam in Ghana

          “So-so and so sent you a Ramadan-Mubarak/Ramadan Kareem card! Send one back!” Even facebook heralds the Holy month of Ramadan. In the past, I’ve written about what Ramadan represents to me as an individual and the difference between observing Ramadan here in the U.S. (in college) and back home in Ghana. (You can read a …

                Lifestylz GH Interview: Sangu Delle

                As part of Lifestylz GH’s interview series, we bring you our premier interview with Sangu Delle. Profile: Sangu DelleSangu Delle is a senior at Harvard University. He was born and raised in Ghana, and is the youngest of five children in a bi-religious family (his father is Catholic while his mum is Muslim). He attended …

                    Writing 101 [Module 1]: The “Read” Factor

                    Okay, here we go with module 1. If you wanna develop your writing skills, there’s another skill that you should probably think about developing at the same time: reading skills. You don’t have to love reading, and you’re not even expected to read an entire novel or two a day, but you do need to …

                        Swine Flu Prevention: A Tutorial

                        Excerpt from Joanne Creighton’s (Mount Holyoke College President) message to the College community on Swine Flu Prevention: “Frequent hand washing with soap and water when possible or use of hand sanitizers. Hand washing should last through one singing of “Happy Birthday.” A JOY (Jemila-Otema-Yaba) Production: Please note: There are other ways to prevent swine flu, …

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