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N.C. A&TSU’s College of Arts & Sciences recognizes scholars

May 6, 2016

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University’s College of Arts and Sciences held its 5th Annual Donors and Student Scholars Recognition Breakfast on Friday, April 29. Support from donors help provide scholarships, book vouchers and cover living expenses for many academically gifted students. Contributions to the College of Arts & Sciences is currently valued at […]


N.C. A&T State University 125th Anniversary

April 28, 2016

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University is celebrating its 125th year of existence with a series of events throughout out the year. University of North Carolina System president Margaret Spellings also makes her first visit to campus that day. The university held its 125th Anniversary Scholarship Gala on Saturday, April 23 at the Grander […]


Dudley High’s AVT Team rolls over competition at Shell’s Eco-marathon

April 28, 2016

Dudley High School’s Automotive Vehicle Technology team returned to Greensboro victorious after placing first and third with its two handmade Urban Concept vehicles of recycled components operating on alternative fuel, at the International Shell Eco-marathon in Detroit last week. Teams from Dudley and Duke University represented North Carolina, where Dudley’s efforts excelled over teams from […]


Conductor of Underground Railroad to be on U.S. currency

April 28, 2016

Harriet Tubman, Martin Luther King Jr., Marian Anderson and Sojourner Truth will appear on $20, $10 and $5 bills U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew has announced redesigns of the $5, $10, and $20 bills. Harriet Tubman, a Union spy and a leader of the Underground Railroad who led hundreds of slaves to freedom, will be […]


A&T eliminated by Ladyjacks

April 22, 2016

NORTH BRUNSWICK, N.J. – The North Carolina A&T State University women’s bowling team fell behind 0-2 twice on Saturday, April 16. The first time it happened things didn’t turn out too badly. The second time it happened things didn’t turn out so well. The Aggies were eliminated Saturday from national championship contention in the semifinals […]


Community calls for release of police camera footage

April 21, 2016

Greensboro residents are demanding more transparency from the police department. A small group of 15 people gathered in front of Greensboro Police Department headquarters Tuesday, April 19 to demand that the city council and police department officials support releasing police body camera footage to the public. The group later migrated to the front of the […]


Moquitoes may cause more than bites this year

April 21, 2016

Those wonderful days of summer are now so very close. Can you see those wonderful days out in the sun, sitting out on the deck enjoying the backyard with that homemade glass of lemonade or tea in your hand? Do you want to go out right now and work in the yard on those beautiful […]


Movie Review: The Jungle Book is a visual wonder

April 21, 2016

Start the great debate right now. Is “The Jungle Book” the best kid’s action film ever made? Possibly. Expect to hear both sides of that argument waged by millions over lattes at Starbucks after they exit theaters. Performances. Direction. Script. Production Elements. Special effects. They all blend together seamlessly into a visual wonder and an […]


A&T’s home track debut hits stride

April 15, 2016

North Carolina A&T track and field’s home debut had its positive moments Saturday afternoon during the Aggie Invitational at Irwin Belk Track. On Senior Day, senior Tiffany Ellick won the women’s triple jump. Junior sprinter Christopher Belcher had a day that included being a part of the men’s first-place 4×100 meter relay team and winning […]


Dist 58 constituents ask, “Who is Chris Sgro?”

April 14, 2016

Chris Sgro, executive director of Equality NC, a gay rights advocacy group, has been picked to lead NC House District 58 in the upcoming legislative short session, set to reconvene on April 25. Members of the Guilford County Democratic Party’s Executive Committee, elected Sgro on April 9 to fulfill the unexpired term of the late […]


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