[Editor's Note: Since the source being quoted for this post is a bit incoherrent, this post itself might be a bit incoherent as well. The explosion of stories on this cultural phenomenon in the past year was so blatant it lead to me coin the aforementioned phrase in bold. Anyways, I woulda happily overlooked this story as well, but it was emailed to me only about 400 times this week alone. Nearly 70% of black women are unmarried, and the racial gap in marriage spans the socioeconomic spectrum, from the urban poor to well-off suburban professionals.
It's not like the New York Times and Washington Post really cared much about the plight of single sistas before Michelle-O came on the scene, so why now?
That's no party crasher; turns out he's Oscar winner Lupita Nyong'o's brother Peter Nyong'o, Jr.
, who she called her "best friend" during her best supporting actress speech.
Today's Do-Now students asks students to create equations of lines that are either parallel or perpendicular.