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Aggies Get Moving for National Walking Day

April 14, 2016

The North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University Student Health Center in collaboration with the American Heart Association celebrated National Walking Day on April 6. During the Get Moving celebration, events included three half-mile walks. Prior to each walk, a “CPR 4 Your Heart” demonstration was given to teach hands-only CPR (100 chest compressions per […]

Reverend Aaron officially installed at Providence Baptist Church

April 8, 2016

Providence Baptist Church officially installed its new pastor, Reverend Dr. Darryl W. Aaron, last Sunday, April 3. Church members and well-wishers from the Greensboro community and beyond gathered on Saturday, April 2, at the Alumni Events Center on the campus of North Carolina A&T State University to officially welcome Rev. Aaron and his family to […]

HB 2 impacts minority biz owner protections

April 7, 2016

Nationally referred to as “the bathroom law,” North Carolina House Bill 2, which passed in the General Assembly on March 23, restricts local governments from passing ordinances to protect members of the LGBTQ community. The law also impacts requirements and protections for minority business owners when participating in government contracting. The Greensboro City Council passed […]

A closer look at law enforcement inside public schools

April 7, 2016

TriceEdneyWire – Last month, the Civil Rights Coalition on Police Reform (CRCPR), co-convened by the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, and the Civil Rights Roundtable on Disability met with leaders in the Obama administration to discuss best practices and sound policies for maintaining school safety. Among the reforms discussed was greater accountability for […]

A&T track team vies against world’s best

April 7, 2016

GAINSEVILLE, Fla. – The North Carolina A&T men’s and women’s outdoor track and field teams faced competitors from around the world at the Pepsi Florida Relays last weekend on the Percy Beard Track of the University of Florida. After a weekend of seeing the planet’s best, director of track and field programs Duane Ross was […]

Heels head to Big Dance

April 1, 2016

PHILADELPHIA – Brice Johnson had 25 points and 12 rebounds to lead North Carolina to an 88-74 victory over Notre Dame on Sunday, March 27, leaving the Tar Heels as the only No. 1 seed in the Final Four. The Tar Heels reached the Final Four for a record 19th time and the first since […]

N.C. A&TSU celebrates 125 years in true Aggie style

April 1, 2016

In addition to these festivities, the university has challenged all alumni, students, as well as faculty and staff to participate in the combined 125 service projects.

U.S. Assistant Attorney General keynotes Bennett’s Charter Day

April 1, 2016

U.S. Assistant Attorney General Karol Mason served as keynote speaker for Bennett College Charter Day highlighting the strides made under President Barack Obama’s administration in terms of community reform, equity in the court system and making America a more just nation. “We are seeing a movement underway to right a history of wrong,” said Mason […]

N.C. faces backlash after passing of HB 2

April 1, 2016

North Carolina is facing backlash from the passing of a law that requires transgendered individuals to use bathrooms based on their sex at birth. The bill also allows businesses to discriminate based on sexual orientation. House Bill 2, the Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act, passed the state House of Representatives by an 82-26 vote […]

2016 Lady Aggies NCAA Tournament Photos

March 25, 2016
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