The 17-year-old will not head directly to the university in Cambridge, Massachusetts after graduating from Sidwell Friends this spring, she “will take a gap year before beginning school,” reads the statement from the East Wing. Instead, she will enroll in the fall of 2017.
First Lady Michelle Obama hosted the third annual College Signing Day in Harlem. About 4, 000 high school seniors and several celebrities joined Mrs. Obama for the event to promote higher education.
Mrs. Obama posted the video in light of the eighth anniversary of the White House Kitchen Garden, a byproduct of her "Let's Move!" campaign, which promotes healthy eating among youth. Her "turnip" moment was also inspired by the EDM hit, "Turn Down For What."
This is dope. Thanks to a new app on the market, Makers Stories, you could end up being in a music video with none other than Zendaya Coleman, Missy Elliott, and Kelly Clarkson. The three power players teamed up for a collaborative song “This Is For My Girls,” in support of First Lady Michelle Obama‘s […]
Michelle Obama premiered her new song at SXSW, and it’s filled to the brim with names like Missy Elliot, Kelly Rowland, and Janelle Monae. It’s aim was to do a lot of good for young women- but is the song a hit or miss? Click on the audio player to hear a snippet of it on The Ed Lover Show. […]
The SXSW keynote of powerhouse women Michelle Obama, Missy Elliott, Diane Warren, Sophia Bush and Queen Latifah was packed with stories, advice and testimonies by some of the most influential and inspirational women in entertainment. The keynote served to raise consciousness and awareness towards the “Let Girls Learn” initiative. Here are the 10 major keys from the keynote: 10. Michelle […]
Michelle Obama is over at the 2016 SXSW Music Conference lending advice about finding one's passion, music, and the importance of education, alongside greats Missy Elliott, Sophia Bush, and Diane Warren.
Sasha and Malia Obama last week attended their first State Dinner alongside their parents, President Barack and First Lady Michelle Obama, to honor Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. While the first lady wore a custom Jason Wu gown, the girls opted for age-appropriate Naeem Khan dresses.
FLOTUS chimed in on the emoji conversation following feminine brand Always' ad campaign to encourage confidence in young women with their campaign "Like A Girl."
There’s no denying how huge Black History Month was this year. In fact, the cosmos even treated us to the gift of a leap year, giving us one more day for celebration. While looking back on February, there were moments that shifted the conversation surrounding Black Pride among Hollywood, politics, and television. From Beyonce’s Black […]
“I thought I would never live to get in the White House,” Virginia McLaurin exclaims during the meeting.