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Aggies kick it up at MEAC Championships A&T Sports

May 13, 2016

On the final day of the 2016 MEAC Outdoor Track and Field Championships, the North Carolina A&T State University men’s and women’s teams broke two MEAC records with a home track advantage, lowered two A&T records and set several personal records on the Irwin Belk Track. It was an incredible weekend for both Aggie teams […]

Sampson helps Eagles soar with $200,000 gift to NCCU

May 13, 2016

One of the driving desires of Dr. Myrtle Boykin Sampson’s life has been to provide for students the financial support she would have loved to have had when she finished high school at the top of her class. Last week, more than 100 of her relatives, friends, colleagues, former students and other loved ones gathered […]

New Community Health Center opens in Cottage Grove Neighborhood

May 13, 2016

On Saturday, April 30, residents of the East Greensboro community, Cottage Grove, welcomed the addition of The Mustard Community Health Clinic to the neighborhood with a grand opening celebration. The community clinic operates on the premise that community input is an integral part of its success. Dr. Elizabeth Mulberry, an internist who has been in […]

Scales brothers settle, while camera footage debate rages

May 6, 2016

On Tuesday, May 3, community members marched with the family of 47-year-old Chieu-di Thi Vo, who was fatally shot by a Greensboro Police officer in March 2014. After two years, the family was finally granted permission to see the police footage of the shooting, alongside members of the Greensboro City Council. For many in Greensboro, […]

Aggies Sweep Eagles

May 6, 2016

North Carolina A&T’s softball team completed the sweep of Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference arch-rival North Carolina Central at the Lady Aggies Softball Complex on Saturday, 3-2 and 8-5 in doubleheader action. The Aggies close out their home slate 12-9 this season. The Aggies’ two Senior Day honorees, Janika May and Alejandra Barcenas, both scored runs. Barcenas […]

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 […]

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