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A&T starts slow but finishes strong to beat SCSU

October 5, 2018

With a sense of panic engulfing his sideline and a once-promising season seemingly on the brink of collapse, A&T head coach Sam Washington knew it was time for his team to reclaim their blue-color identity. Trailing 16-3 at home last Thursday night (Sept. 27) to a winless South Carolina State team, the Aggies decided to […]


A&T Theatre Program opens season with Ruined

October 5, 2018

From Lynn Nottage, the Pulitzer Prize–winning playwright comes this haunting, probing work about the resilience of the human spirit during times of war. Set in a small mining town in the Democratic Republic of Congo, this powerful play follows Mama Nadi, a shrewd businesswoman who runs a brothel in a land torn apart by civil […]


Greensboro City Council recognizes Indigenous Peoples’ Day

October 5, 2018

The Greensboro City Council approved a resolution at Tuesday night’s meeting recognizing Monday, October 8 as Indigenous Peoples’ Day in the city. The council presented the resolution to Raven Dial-Stanley, Miss Indian N.C. As part of her reign as Miss Indian N.C., Dial-Stanley submitted a proposal for a resolution for Indigenous People Day to the […]


Choose a Healthy Lifestyle

September 28, 2018

Living a healthy lifestyle that includes exercise and eating a nutritious diet is essential to maintaining one’s health. Most of us have an inkling of what we are supposed to do. For example, most parents try to instill in their children the importance of taking care of themselves. Oftentimes an appreciation for one’s health often […]


Morgan St. upends A&T’s win streak

September 28, 2018

The game of football can be unkind, unpredictable, and at times, quite humbling. That lesson was never more apparent than on Saturday, September 22, when the previously unbeaten North Carolina A&T Aggies saw their 15-game winning streak come to a shocking end when Morgan State’s Alex Raya nailed a 36-yard field goal as time expired, […]


Book Review: So Tall Within

September 28, 2018

You can walk. That’s what Mom said when you wanted her to take you somewhere this summer. What’s wrong with your feet, she asked, are your shoes broken? So you hoofed it everywhere, and that’s what changed your summer. In the new book “So Tall Within” by Gary D. Schmidt, illustrated by Daniel Minter, walking […]


National Voter Registration Day!

September 28, 2018

Crowds of college students gathered to register to vote on National Voter Registration Day. On Tuesday, September 25, NextGen North Carolina spent the day registering young Americans to vote on four campuses across the state — N.C. A&T State University, University of North Carolina Greensboro, High Point University and Catawba College — in celebration of […]


SE Guilford stuns Dudley

September 21, 2018

SE Guilford 22 Dudley 12 The Falcons of Southeast Guilford won a non-conference football against the Panthers of Dudley High. Because of Hurricane Florence all Guilford County games were played last Wednesday night instead of Friday night. The win over the Panthers was the first victory over Dudley for the Falcons since 1984. The victory […]


Patients need to tell doctors which medications they are taking

September 21, 2018

One of the tenants for health care providers is that we should “first do no harm.” At the recent European Society of Cardiology (ESC) 2018 Congress held in Munich,“first do no harm” was a very hot topic. This was especially so when health care providers spoke of medical treatment in the elderly. When considering all […]


Hurricane Florence Aftermath

September 21, 2018

As Hurricane Florence’s wrath along the Carolina coast concludes, things for thousands of North and South Carolina families will never be the same. Heavy downpours from the Category 4 storm, which was downgraded to a Category 2 when it hit landfall, brought flash flooding from the coastal plain last Thursday all the way to the […]


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