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Aggie FanFest Schedule November 2-4

November 2, 2018

Greensboro Parks and Recreation will host Aggie FanFest November 2-4 at War Memorial Stadium, 501 Yanceyville St. This free festival will feature more than 100 vendors selling unique food, beverages and apparel, live music, a family fun area with bounce houses and a visit from the North Carolina A&T State University “Cold Steel” Drumline. FanFest […]

Aggies to face Norfolk State Spartans

November 2, 2018

Prior to this season, A&T head coach Sam Washington admitted that even though his program has enjoyed two memorable Celebration Bowl victories in the last three years, his ultimate goal was to one day compete for a FCS National Championship. Now, due to a surprising turn of events this year, that scenario may indeed be […]

A&T breaks ground on new engineering building

November 2, 2018

It was a bittersweet ending to the former Hayes Taylor YMCA building as dozens gathered to say goodbye on October 29. Tuesday’s event served as the demolition of the Y, located at the corner East Market and Dudley streets, and the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Engineering Research and Innovation Complex (ERIC) for North Carolina […]

Hayes-Taylor Y honors volunteers and supporters

November 2, 2018

On Sunday, community supporters of Hayes Taylor Memorial YMCA gathered at the Foundation Events Center on the campus of North Carolina A&T State University for the Y’s 52nd Annual Awards and Recognition Banquet. Speaker for the afternoon was Winston-Salem native Torre Jessup, the N.C. Commissioner of Motor Vehicles. Jessup, a graduate of Morehouse College (Atlanta, […]

Community rallys against acts of hate and violence

November 1, 2018

A rally against hate and violence brought thousands of people to Temple Emanuel on the evening of October 30. Held in the temple’s main sanctuary, people sat in the aisles, overflowed into the lobby and other adjacent rooms, joining hands during an outpouring of song, prayer and uplifting messages. “Today we must ask ourselves how […]

Falcons calm the Storm, 36-7

October 26, 2018

Southeast Guilford Falcons entered their match on Friday as the heavy favorite, and they fully lived up to expectations. They put the hurt on the Southern Guilford Storm with a sharp 36-7 win. The victory was the 6th in a row for Southeast Guilford raising their record to 8-1. The defeat drops Southern Guilford’s record […]

As the use of supplements grows so does the concern

October 26, 2018

We last took a look at dietary supplements in October of 2015. At that time we marveled at how much money, over 30 billion dollars, was being spent on supplements. Well guess what? I should have invested some money in that field because it continues to grow larger and larger. Our concern back in 2015 […]

Movie Review: The Hate U Give

October 26, 2018

The phrase “The Hate U Give Little Infants F—s Everybody” gave the hip-hop group T-H-U-G-L-I-F-E its name. The sentiment from Tupac Shakur (and other group members, Big Syke, Stretch, Mopreme Shakur, The Rated R and Macadoshis) was that the kids you ignore or deride turn into young people who will be a stone in your […]

Tips for Voting in the General Election

October 26, 2018

Register to vote by Oct. 12 or during Early Voting at any Early Voting location in your county. Vote Early Oct. 17 to Nov. 3 to avoid problems and long lines, or on Election Day (Nov. 6) at your own precinct’s poll. Check your registration status. Find out if your voter registration is current (and […]

Civil rights icon John Lewis encourages Bennett Belles to vote

October 26, 2018

“The vote is the most powerful, nonviolent tool for a democratic society, and we must use it,” said U.S. Rep. John Lewis, renowned civil rights leader and representative for Georgia’s 5th congressional district, at a voter rally held at Bennett College in Greensboro on October 19. Lewis attended the rally with fellow U.S. Reps. Alma […]

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