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Tuesday , November 19th 2019

The Greensboro Symphony Orchestra presents Italian Inspirations: Xavier Foley

November 8, 2019

The Greensboro Symphony Orchestra (GSO) presents Tanger Outlets Masterworks Series – Italian Inspirations, sponsored by Arch MI, on November 21 and 23 at 8 p.m. at Guilford College’s Dana Auditorium. Sharing the stage will be the acclaimed double bassist, Xavier Foley, performing Bottesini’s Concerto No. 2 for double bass and orchestra. This will be preceded […]


N.C. A&TSU Homecoming 2019 Wrap-up

November 1, 2019

After a week of concerts, comedy shows, class reunions and a winning football game, another Greatest Homecoming On Earth (GHOE) has wrapped up. North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University celebrated its annual Homecoming with a week of activities (October 20 to October 27), filled with food, laughter and recalling old memories while making new […]


Gospel icons Kee and Lawerence to headline A&T Gospel Concert

October 25, 2019

Gospel greats John P. Kee and Donald Lawrence & Company will headline the Praise of Life concert for N.C. A&T’s Homecoming. The concert is 6 p.m. Sunday night at the Greensboro Coliseum. Students can purchase tickets for as low as $26 at the University Ticket Office. Tickets can also be purchased the day of the […]


The best band in the land brings energy to the BB&T stadium stands

October 25, 2019

North Carolina A&T’s Blue and Gold Marching Machine (BGMM) and Golden Delight are known to put on a show. For homecoming this year expect nothing less. For many fans, halftime at an HBCU is more important than the football game. When the band starts to play, some fans forget the game has started. An award-winning […]


‘Tis the Spirit of Tailgating Season

October 24, 2019

Tailgating is where Southern legacy meets HBCU culture. During GHOE this occurs from sunrise to sunset. This series of events on Saturday consists of students, Aggie Alumni, family and visitors spread out all over the southside of campus, Murrow Blvd, behind the football stadium, and in the baseball parking lot. Rest assured, everyone and their […]


The Theatre Arts Program at A&T presents Oedipus the ‘Queen’

October 4, 2019

Murder is the cause of the gods’ displeasure — and Oedipus, the ruler of Thebes, is the killer? What follows is an unsettling investigation of the past, which begins at a three-way crossroad and ends in a moment of horrifying self-discovery. This age-old tale of the dangers of pride, power, politics and prophecy continues to […]


2019 N.C. Folk Fest

September 12, 2019

From bluegrass bands to dance battles, from university drum lines to community drum circles, the N.C. Folk Festival had more than enough to offer festival goers as they packed downtown Greensboro this weekend from September 6-8. The three-day event transformed several downtown Greensboro streets to invite people from all over to experience a multicultural festival […]


A&T Theatre Alumnus launches campaign to promote civil rights and legacy of former professor

September 11, 2019

Award-winning playwright and performing activist Arnold Pinnix is launching his “Became a Peacemaker” campaign in commemoration of the anniversary of the 1963 “March On Washington” and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s “I Have A Dream Speech.” Pinnix’s play named, The Peacemaker, in honor of the founder of the Carolina Peacemaker will be used as a […]


Book Review: Where the Lost Dogs Go

August 30, 2019

The panic can’t be described. Your dog is missing. How did he get out? Where did she go? Most importantly, where is he now and how can you ever hope to find him? Do you run outside, call the neighbors, call her name? That panic is horrible, so be prepared by reading “Where the Lost […]


Book Review: The Tubman Command

August 15, 2019

You are the Big Kahuna. The Boss, the One in Charge, maker of decisions and teller of things to do. You’re the Big Cheese with all the responsibility and you ain’t bad at it. So how would you do if, as in the novel, “The Tubman Command” by Elizabeth Cobbs, the very lives of soldiers, […]


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