Most Undefeated 2016: Culture
The Undefeated Staff talk about the most memorable moments in culture for 2016
- ‘Game, Blouses’
- Misty Copeland en pointe
- Dance, Little Sister
- The Autumn of Charlotte’s Discontent
- Shaq, Diesel
- Westworld. Empire. Rosewood. Luke Cage. Insecure. Atlanta. A look back at a very black Fall TV season
- The best Drake album that never existed
- Saying we miss the Old Kanye is understatement—but for one night on the Saint Pablo Tour, he was back
- Could LeBron James and J.R. Smith actually play college football?
- Being Barack Obama
- When you’re feeling low, remember the exuberance of Royalty Hightower in ‘The Fits’
- How the troubling gender politics of Nate Parker’s ‘The Birth of a Nation’ were sidelined by two years of #OscarsSoWhite
- Is Brad Pitt the wokest white man in Hollywood?
- Leslie Odom Jr. warned of a return to status quo Broadway. Now’s the time to keep creating.
- You may say Issa’s character is a narcissist, but she’s not the only one.
- Them Boys Up to Something
- Brave, joyous, thoughtful: music matters in our new world
- Too bad Solange’s ‘Don’t Touch My Hair’ wasn’t out this summer for Gabby and Simone in Rio
- A president in oils and rhymes
- Our place in America
- Prince gave me permission
Gimme 5: The best this season in the MEAC
Jay Walker’s player of the year is Howard QB Caylin Newton
Jason Garrett is not as bad as you think
He’s actually outperforming other head coaches who are on the hot seat
Caylin Newton matures as Howard’s QB
He’s the MEAC’s offensive leader by a wide margin