A devastating couplet is every pop star’s secret weapon. Whether it’s Morrissey grumbling about having to go to bed with nothing but a Sylvia Plath anthology for warmth or Kate Bush crooning sweet nothings-that-are-actually-dark-somethings lyrics illuminate and elevate a song. Words bring clarity and drama, opening a secret passage to
North Eugene High School’s curriculum has gained attention recently regarding the music by rapper Kendrick Lamar not being included this year, prompting questions from some people in the community about whether 4J’s curriculum is culturally relevant and inclusive of Black students’ experiences.
Lamar’s album “DAMN.” won the 2018 Pulitzer Prize