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    Getty Arizona Cardinals QB Kyler Murray. The Las Vegas Raiders and Arizona Cardinals are two playoff teams from last season that lost in Week 1. Neither team can afford to lose in Week 2 as they are both in two of the toughest divisions in the NFL. Out of the two teams, the Cardinals looked much worse in Week 1 in a 44-21 blowout loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. The Raiders put up a good fight against the Los Angeles Chargers but lost 24-19. One concerning thing from the game was the lack of production from Chandler Jones. The four-time Pro Bowler joined Las Vegas after spending six years with the Cardinals. He didn’t get a sack in his debut with the Raiders and didn’t bring much pressure but will be looking to change that in Week 2. Quarterback Kyler Murray has spent the majority of his career not having to worry about Jones and how he’ll be his opponent for the first time. Murray had a chance to talk about the matchup. “It’ll be weird,” Murray...
    She is the prima ballerina turned pariah accused of grooming and sexually abusing a string of young proteges in the dance world's answer to #MeToo. But Dusty Button, one-time poster girl of the Boston Ballet and social media sensation, has broken her year-long silence to blast her accusers as fame-hungry liars - telling DailyMail.com in an exclusive interview: 'I've done nothing wrong.' Seven women have come forward since July 2021 to level detailed allegations of assault, sex trafficking and even child rape at Button, 33, and her husband Mitchell Button, 37. The bombshell complaint depicts star-struck young performers seduced by promises of fame and career advancement only to find their lives and finances controlled by the 'seasoned predators'. Sage Humphries, a 24-year-old dancer for the Boston Ballet and the most prominent accuser, claims she was coerced into becoming a virtual sex slave for the pair whose kinky appetites included wrapping her in spandex and violating her with sex toys. Another woman, a minor at the time, alleges she was drugged and raped at gunpoint in a room filled with guns....
    \u201c8/17 CBP officers #Nogales POE seized over 15,000 fentanyl pills strapped to a person\u2019s legs. Second consecutive day colored fentanyl pills with the appearance of candy seized .This could be the start of a trend with Transnational Criminal Organizations targeting younger users.\u201d — Port Director Michael W. Humphries (@Port Director Michael W. Humphries) 1660834331 One day prior, Nogales border patrol agents seized 250,000 fentanyl pills, 11 pounds of heroin, and 10 pounds of methamphetamine. Authorities reported that some of those fentanyl pills also resembled candy. For Humphries and Nogales border patrol agents, fentanyl seizures have become a regular occurrence. On August 9, they discovered another 70,000 pills. Additionally, authorities reported that over a seven-day period at the end of July, they seized approximately 1.1 million fentanyl pills. \u201c******OVER 1.1 MILLION FENTANYL PILLS SEIZED IN THE LAST 7 DAYS AT THE NOGALES POE******\u201d — Port Director Michael W. Humphries (@Port Director Michael W. Humphries) 1659804982 During a drug bust in Oregon this week, law enforcement seized 800 "rainbow fentanyl" pills, four grams of powdered fentanyl, meth, and heroin....
    TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — The Arizona Cardinals have signed starting left tackle D.J. Humphries to a new contract that will keep him with the team through the 2025 season. The dependable veteran — who protects franchise quarterback Kyler Murray’s blind side — made his first Pro Bowl last season and has started 48 of 49 regular-season games over the past three seasons. Financial terms of the deal weren’t immediately disclosed. The 28-year-old was the team’s first-round pick in 2015 out of Florida. Humphries was entering the final season of a three-year deal he signed in 2020. The 6-foot-5, 307-pounder helped Arizona’s offense finish in the NFL’s top 10 in passing yards (4,619), rushing yards (2,076) and rushing touchdowns (23). He’s been a team captain in each of the past two seasons and is popular among teammates with his easy smile and good humor. Humphries has missed the first week of training camp because of what coach Kliff Kingsbury called an illness. ___ More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/hub/nfl and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not...
    Getty Veteran NFL wide receiver Adam Humphries working out during practice. One of the most underrated needs left on the New York Jets roster is depth at wide receiver. You wouldn’t initially think about it because they appear four deep with Elijah Moore, Corey Davis, Garrett Wilson, and Braxton Berrios. However, one injury could drastically change the perception of how good this unit is. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! A Connection That Just Makes Sense Play Riley Reiff is the missing piece to complete a home run 2022 Jets offseasonBoy Green explains why adding Riley Reiff would be the missing piece to complete a HOME RUN 2022 offseason for the New York Jets! Make sure you like the video, hit subscribe, and make sure you check out the official Boy Green merch store: my-store-11201970.creator-spring.com/2022-06-10T11:00:16Z Ryan Moran recently listed several free agents that would boost the Jets’ depth at several key positions for Jets X-Factor. Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $250...
    Getty Images Duane Brown looks on before the game against the Lions on January 2, 2022. The Arizona Cardinals have yet to sign a player after the additional $10 million in cap space due to the post-June 1 release of defensive tackle Jordan Phillips, who will count for $3.3 million on the cap in 2022 and $5.9 million in 2023. There’s still time left for the Cardinals to add a free agent, especially with training camp beginning in mid-late July. That being said, getting outside talent acquainted with Arizona as early as possible could be helpful for the Cardinals, who begin the third week of Organized Team Activites on June 6. NFL Reporter Matt Lombardo started a Q&A on Twitter and we asked Lombardo what free agent could be a fit for the Cardinals. Lombardo gave an answer, tweeting, “After the year D.J. Humphries had, I kind of wonder if they go after a Duane Brown type? After the year D.J. Humphries had, I kind of wonder if they go after a Duane Brown type? #Cardinals https://t.co/zJnkBwt6Nh —...
    A BORDER patrol K9 found enough fentanyl to kill 2.7million people at a checkpoint in Arizona on the morning of April 18. Three packages of fentanyl weighing 12 pounds were seized from the I-19 checkpoint, according to John R. Modlin, Chief Patrol Agent of the US Border Patrol's Tucson Sector. 1A K9 helped seize the 12 pounds of fentanyl on Monday morningCredit: U.S. Border Patrol "Just 2 milligrams of fentanyl can be lethal!," reads a tweet from Modlin. That means the amount seized could kill more than the number of residents living in Arizona's Pima County. Nogales Station agents seized the drugs, which were in the possession of a Mexican citizen who is now facing criminal charges. The Drug Enforcement Administration of Phoenix also responded to the scene. READ MORE DRUG STORIESdrug danger Three kids hospitalized after 'eating THC laced goldfish crackers' at daycareBANG THEM UP Sickos caught with drugs used to rape will be hit with tougher jail terms The Nogales station is about an hour south of Tucson. It's the latest in a series of drug interceptions at...
    BLACKSTONE (CBS) – Blackstone, Massachusetts is considered by some to be the birthplace of American Industrial Revolution. Today, local businesses still line the riverbanks, and inside Crave Mead, Rachel Humphries carries on an ancient tradition. “Mead is fermented honey. It’s very simple and it’s easy to make. You take honey, water, and add yeast. The yeast eats the sugars in the honey and turns it into alcohol,” Humphries explained to WBZ-TV. “It is nothing like a beer, it is nothing like a wine. It is its own entity.” Mead is considered the oldest alcohol in the world. Scholars say it predates both beer and wine by thousands of years. While Humphries says mead is making a comeback in the United States, there’s a reason it hasn’t gone mainstream. “The story that I’ve passed down is thousands of years ago the only way to get honey from a beehive was to submerge the hive in water, kill the bees, and gather the honey. But no one knew that they were creating an issue, so honey became rare and very expensive. It...
    (CNN)Any time Kaillie Humphries wishes, the world's top female bobsledder can gaze into the mirror and look back on her remarkable career; the artwork that adorns most of her body reminds her of the whole story. "Tattoos are a big representation of who I am," the 36-year-old three-time Olympic champion told CNN Sport. "I've got my mom and my dad, their portraits. I have Olympic medals, my hopes, goals and dreams. With each one I get, I personally feel more complete." But it will require a truly skilled artist to fully capture the latest chapter of her life, an extraordinary drama both on and off the track; an emotional roller coaster which saw her uprooted from Canada, switching her allegiance to the United States. To do so, Kaillie Humphries had to face her demons and slay the dragon.It's been three years since Humphries turned her back on the Canadian team with which she'd won two Olympic titles and 10 World Cup medals. Read MoreAfter 16 years with the national team, she says that her work environment suddenly felt dangerous. "I...
    KARDASHIANS fans couldn't hide their delight as a clip of Kris Jenner berating daughter Kim's "72-hour marriage" resurfaced on TikTok. Keeping Up With The Kardashians fans may well recall the moment the Kardashian momager sarcastically slammed Kim's blink-and-you-miss-it time hitched to basketball player Kris Humphries. 5Kardashians fans have been left in hysterics as a clip of Kris Jenner berating daughter Kim Kardashian resurfacedCredit: E! 5Kim was left speechless as her mum made a slur against her marriageCredit: E! Though just for those who have forgotten the drama, it has now gone viral on the social media site under the heading: "Really? that was normal.” #krisjenner #kimkardashian #marriage #foryoupage. The video shows Kris, 66, sitting at a table with Kim and youngster sister Khloe Kardashian. Dressed in chic black attire, she lays down the law as she rants: "I have seen you guys through so much s**t that you do that I have to put up with." Dealing the killer dig, she continues: "I married for 72 days - really that was normal?" as Kim's eyes widen in surprise. Still on...
    Bobsleigh bionic woman Kallie Humphries showed she had the golden touch to overcome a series of injuries and illnesses to win America another top Olympic podium finish. The 36-year-old from San Diego, CA, has broken both legs and suffered a string of other misfortunes on her way to win her first solo gold medal. But the star who has three golds from competing in the two-woman bobsleigh at previous Olympics never gave up her dream of winning the monobob and succeeded to clinch gold, forcing US team mate Elana Meyers Taylor to settle for silver. Bronze went to Canada's Christine de Bruin. She was an alpine skier but gave up the sport and switched to bobsleigh after seeing the film 'Cool Runnings'. Before winning her first solo Olympic gold, she had to overcome a series of setbacks including a divorce, Covid-19, and surgery for endometriosis. Team USA bobsledder Kallie Humphries won gold in the monobob at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing on Monday  Humphries is pictured moments after Monday's win. She won gold for competing in a two-man bobsleigh...
    Los Angeles Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald was penalized for unnecessary roughness after trying to choke an Arizona Cardinals player. The Los Angeles Rams looked to be on their way to a dominating victory over the Arizona Cardinals in the Wild Card Round. They did hold a 28-0 lead in the third quarter, but any chance of a shutout bid ended after the Cardinals got in the end zone. But a penalty by Rams star defensive lineman Aaron Donald helped give them good field position. After quarterback Kyler Murray hit wide receiver Christian Kirk on a 23-yard pass, Donald got into a heated exchange with offensive tackle D.J. Humphries. After ripping off Humphries’ helmet, Donald appeared to try to choke him before taking a swing at him. You can take a look at the full exchange in the tweet below. Aaron Donald & DJ Humphries going at it lmao pic.twitter.com/WQOBqGvthJ — ✯✯✯✯✯ (@FTB_Vids_YT) January 18, 2022 Aaron Donald choke: Rams star penalized for punching Cardinals player As a result of his actions, Donald was penalized for unnecessary roughness. That set...
    KIM Kardashian fans have noticed that her blossoming relationship with Pete has already lasted three days longer than her marriage to ex-husband Kris Humphries. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star was recently caught "kissing" the SNL star on a secret date as their connection heats up. 5Kim's relationship with Pete has lasted longer than her marriage to KrisCredit: Instagram/Flavor Flav 5The couple divorced after only 72 daysCredit: Getty Fans took to Reddit on Wednesday to share a success story for Kim, 41, whose new relationship with Pete Davidson, 28, has officially hit 75 days. The avid follower compared the romance to her marriage with NBA star Kris Humphries, which famously lasted only 72 days. "Kim & Pete’s 'fling' has officially lasted longer than her marriage to Kris Humphries," they wrote on the platform. "I know this is silly but it just randomly crossed my mind. Kim filed for divorce from Hump 72 days after they got married. "As of today, it’s been 75 days since she and Pete were spotted holding hands on the roller coaster," they remarked....
    Growing a business into an empire requires a lot more than just hard work – it needs relentless effort and a willingness to scale up despite all odds. A business grows through the right strategies and planning that is executed properly. This requires exceptional entrepreneurial skills that only a handful of entrepreneurs have. Giovanti Humphries is one of them, rising from a life on the streets to prove his mettle in technology and business. Giovanti was born and brought up in the suburbs of San Francisco in a place called Walnut Creek. He grew up in multiple places in the Bay Area. Unlike other successful entrepreneurs across the world, Giovanti never acquired a business management degree to prove his worth in entrepreneurship and his natural skills. He pursued a degree in political science from San Francisco State University. He later obtained an MBA from the University of Miami. His academic qualification landed him a job as a brokerage associate at Wells Fargo. As he started working there, he began to earn recognition for his natural skills and talent in the...
    The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee said Tuesday that it is still trying to help world champion bobsledder Kaillie Humphries obtain a way to compete in this winter’s Beijing Games, though it stopped short of predicting if the effort would be successful. Humphries, a three-time Canadian Olympic team member and two-time Olympic champion, is entering her third season as part of the U.S. bobsled team. She is married to an American and lives in San Diego but is still a Canadian citizen — and needs either a U.S. passport or special permission from the International Olympic Committee to compete at the Games. The IOC has given Humphries and U.S. officials no indication that it will assist, so Humphries’ hopes almost certainly hinge on her obtaining a U.S. passport in the coming months. “We would be very, very excited to have Kaillie on Team USA as we go to Beijing,” USOPC CEO Sarah Hirshland said Tuesday. “We’ve been very proud to have her competing on our team here recently. And we are absolutely engaged in discussions to do everything that we...
    Reigning world champion Kaillie Humphries was announced as part of this season’s USA Bobsled national team on Monday, even with her status for this winter’s Beijing Olympics remaining unclear. Humphries was a lock to make the team after winning gold medals in both the traditional two-person and the new women’s monobob event at last season’s world championships. Lolo Jones, the Olympic hurdler-turned-bobsledder who pushed Humphries’ two-person sled on the way to that world championship last winter, also was selected for the national team. The teams were revealed Monday morning in Lake Placid, New York. Humphries will compete in World Cup races this season and be part of the U.S. contingent traveling to China next month for the first race of the season on the newly built track that will play host to the Olympics in February. But her Olympic status remains murky because she has yet to receive a U.S. passport and has asked the International Olympic Committee to grant her permission to race at the games — where she would be a gold-medal favorite in two events....
    Kaillie Humphries, the reigning women’s bobsled world champion, is in serious jeopardy of not being able to compete at this winter’s Beijing Olympics and has asked the International Olympic Committee to allow her to compete in the games without a U.S. passport. Humphries has competed for the U.S. in the past two seasons but does not yet have American citizenship — typically a requirement to represent the country at the Olympics. She has been advised by numerous governmental agencies that she likely will not receive a U.S. passport until 2023, a process that has been complicated and delayed in part by her contentious split with the Canadian national team. Humphries, who turns 36 next month, would presumably be the gold-medal favorite in both women’s events at Beijing — the traditional two-woman event and the newly added monobob event in which the driver is the only occupant of the sled. And time is running out to find a solution, which likely only the IOC can provide at this point. “This is the one decision in my life that has nothing to...
    The author on the Carnival Vista (left). Guy Fieri on the Carnival Horizon cruise ship in 2018 (right). A labeled plate of the author's food (middle). Monica Humphries/Insider/Monica Humphries/Insider/Gary Miller/Getty Images I was aboard the Carnival Vista, which was Carnival's first ship to sail from the US since 2020. I spent my seven-day trip feasting at the ship's eateries, which included not one, but two buffets by Guy Fieri. Guy's Pig and Anchor Bar-B-Que Smokehouse was the only place on the ship where I was able to get comfort foods like mac and cheese. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.
    Kenny Babyface Edmonds and Wife Nicole Pantenburg Ending Their Marriage After 7 Years: Report Dow Futures Higher On Powell Testimony Statement; Apple Jumps on iPhone Boost Report © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Cardinals left tackle D.J. Humphries is accustomed to going out on the practice field and seeing two players: receiver Larry Fitzgerald and cornerback Patrick Peterson. Both were veterans when Humphries entered the league as a first-round pick in 2015. But now with training camp about to begin at the end of the month, neither are on Arizona’s roster. Peterson signed with the Vikings as a free agent and Fitzgerald is still contemplating whether he’d like to return to the league for an 18th season. “I haven’t been to a practice in my NFL career before minicamp where I didn’t see Patrick or Larry,” Humphries said in a recent interview with SiriusXM NFL Radio. “So that was something for me that kind of took me back a little bit when I went out there, because I’m used to...
    Condo wars: Surfside association fighting in Florida was extreme, but its a familiar battle for HOAs Richard Branson set to launch into space on Virgin Galactic spaceship © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray and wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins won an ESPY for the best play of the year for their Hail Mary to beat the Bills in Week 10 of the 2020 season, but there weren’t any prizes for the Cardinals after that thrilling victory. Arizona was 6-3 after Hopkins’ touchdown, but they went 2-5 the rest of the way and wound up missing the playoffs. Injuries played a role in their ill-timed slump and left tackle D.J. Humphries suggested that the team may have taken their eyes off the prize as well. Humphries said on SiriusXM NFL Radio that “when you get unto the mind frame of, ‘We’re good, so we beat this team,’ it’s going to get you every time” and that the team has to realize that doing well for half the season...
    KIM Kardashian confessed that she "went through with" her wedding to her ex Kris Humphries because production had "spent all their production money" on the show. The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has opened up about her past indiscretions during the series reunion show on Thursday. 1 Kim, 40, recalled her marriage to Kris, 36, during the family interview with Andy Cohen, where she said she got "cold feet" before the ceremony. “We’re filming this for a TV show. If I leave, I’m gonna be known as the runaway bride forever and it’s gonna be a huge joke and I think I just have I had cold feet," she remembered. "I was like, ‘Okay guys, it’s just cold feet. I got this. It’s cold feet. We’re filming a show.’ You know, the show paid us, obviously, a fee to film the show. "I took my entire fee and probably Kris’ because I wanted a bigger wedding than what they were gonna pay for. I spent all of our production money on the wedding," the TV star admitted. Most read...
    The Best Folding Bikes That Fit on the Subway and in Your Closet Chelsea vs. Leicester City player ratings: Jorginho, Rudiger fires Blues to victory; Vardy quiet for Foxes Amazing Device Lights Up Countertops And Fixes Dark Kitchens Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/9 SLIDES © @kimkardashian / Instagram Kim Kardashian West isn't ready to 'explain Kris Humphries' to her kids just yet As "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" nears its grand finale, there's likely to be some renewed interest in the long-running show's early years. But as Kim Kardashian West explains in a new teaser for the next episode (via ET), she's not sure she's ready to delve into some aspects of her life from those early days with her four children. The clip shows Scott Disick asking Kim if North West, 7, has seen much of that content. Kim says North has seen "clips on TikTok ... pretty much all my crying scenes." And while North likes...
    Adam Humphries, Tennessee Titans. (USA Today) With Cam Newton back for a second season, the New England Patriots need to get him some help in the receiving corps. They have plenty of salary cap space to make this happen.The New England Patriots are rolling with Cam Newton as their starting quarterback for another season. He signed a one-year deal to remain in Foxborough. Though the Patriots are expected to address the quarterback position in the 2021 NFL Draft, it would also serve them by getting the most out of Newton’s second year in town. They have the cap space, so get the guy some help. While the Patriots are not typically big spenders in NFL free agency, they are swimming in cap space this offseason. They have roughly $66 million to work with ahead of the 2021 NFL campaign. Since head coach/de facto general manager Bill Belichick cannot be trusted to draft a competent NFL wide receiver, he may want to kick the tires on these three prized free agents.3 wide receiver targets for Cam Newton and the New England Patriots 3 Adam...
    CDC reports 618 variant cases across 33 states; Johnson & Johnson applies for FDA authorization; 455K US deaths. Latest COVID-19 updates. Instagram is realizing its not so easy to knock off TikTok Kaillie Humphries, Lolo Jones halfway to historic bobsled world title Kaillie Humphries is halfway to becoming the first woman to win four world bobsled titles. Lolo Jones is halfway to winning her first. © IBSF The driver Humphries and push athlete Jones lead by a significant .34 of a second over Germans Kim Kalicki and Ann-Christin Strack after the first two of four runs at worlds in Altenberg, Germany, on Friday. Fellow Americans Elana Meyers Taylor, who had son Nico during last year’s worlds, and Sylvia Hoffman are in fourth, four tenths out of bronze position. The final two runs are Saturday morning, live on OlympicChannel.com. A full TV and live stream schedule is here. Humphries, the 2010 and 2014 Olympic champion for Canada, switched to the U.S. before last season after filing verbal abuse and harassment claims against a Canadian program coach, saying she no longer felt safe. She...
    IGLS, Austria (AP) — Kaillie Humphries and Lolo Jones rallied in the second heat to win the women’s World Cup bobsled season finale Sunday, a race in which the U.S. grabbed the gold and silver medals. Humphries and Jones had the fastest time in that second and final heat, moving up from third place and beating teammates Elana Meyers Taylor and Lake Kwaza by four-hundredths of a second. Humphries and Jones finished in 1 minute, 47.07 seconds; Meyers Taylor and Kwaza crossed the line in 1:47.11. It was the 27th career World Cup women’s bobsled victory for Humphries, and the eighth time Jones has helped a sled earn a medal in her last 12 World Cup starts. “It’s nice to have this victory,” Jones said. “Everyone on this team did a great job, and it’s nice to see the U.S. finish as the top two sleds.” Katrin Beierl of Austria teamed with Jennifer Jantina Oluumi Desire Onasanya to finish third. That was good enough for Beierl to win the season-long points title, even without a victory in any of the...
    Titans wide receiver Adam Humphries was carted off following a scary hit on Sunday vs. the Bengals. Humphries was coming down with diving catch when Bengals safety Jessie Bates nailed Humphries in the head on his way to the ground. Humphries’ left arm appears to go rigid immediately after the hit, and he laid on the field for over three minutes, eventually leading to the cart and stabilizing board being brought out. Luckily, Humphries was able to get up and moving under his own power following the hit, but he still sat on the cart and was removed from the game. There was, interestingly enough, no flag thrown on the play.  He was eventually ruled out with a concussion. Tennessee was down 17-7 to the home Bengals at the time of Humphries’ injury. 
    A mysterious rotary telephone grants odd and amazing new powers with each dial, though usually for no more than an hour or two. In the mid-1960s, “Dial H For HERO” turned boy-next-door Robby Reed into a strange new superhero in each monthly issue of the DC Comics showcase “House of Mystery,” where Robby’s smalltown optimism and spirit of adventure became a regular installment. Armed with the appropriately cloying catchphrase “Sockamagee!” Robby took to the superhero life like a fish to water, transforming himself into the Mighty Moppet, Hornet Man, the Mole and King Kandy, among countless other peculiar protectors of Littleville, Colo. Minneapolis-bred comics writer Sam Humphries recently completed a 12-issue mini-series for DC Comics based on the 1960s feature “Dial H for HERO,” which pairs a teenager with a rotary phone that grants odd and amazing new powers with each dial. Over the past 50 years, writers have taken the premise in dramatically different directions. Cover art by Joe Quinones and Jordan Gibson. (Courtesy of DC Comics)   Robby, however, wasn’t just a do-gooder after dialing “H.” Even in...
    PALO ALTO, Calif. (KGO) -- "What do you get when you take four kids from the hood and send them to a prestigious university on full scholarship, the Comeup Collective?" describes one of the podcast hosts, Mekhi Jones, a Computer Science graduate who just landed his first internship as a software engineer at a tech company.At first listen, the Comeup Collective podcast sounds a little like you are eavesdropping on a late-night dorm conversation.RELATED: Hundreds join peaceful Black Lives Matter march in MartinezThere's a lot of swearing and a lot of real talk about Stanford first impressions, race, career prospects, future plans, navigating campus life.It's meant to be that way according to the four hosts, all Stanford seniors on full scholarship, all Black, all the first in their family to go to college.For Mekhi Jones, Mamadou Diallo, Garry Humphries and Sheck Mulbah they chose to launch the podcast as a place to exhale, be completely themselves while fostering community and sharing knowledge."We know these stories are unique in the sense that we are first generation low-income and we want to...
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