Learning to love N.C. A&T by: Marisa Comer

Zila Sanchez

April 12, 2018

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When I first imagined my dream college, N.C. A&T was not on the list. Part of the reason was for the sake of rebellion because I would be a legacy kid (my mother, aunt and sister are alumni), and I thought it wa...

The crisis in Venezuela: explained

Brittany Van Pelt

April 5, 2018

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Venezuela was once the richest country in Latin America. The country is now suffering from an economic nightmare as citizens struggle to find the basic necessities in a country gripped by an internal civil war. Venezuela has the larg...

Christianity and black millennials by: Allison Gilmore

Zila Sanchez

April 4, 2018

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  Easter Sunday has just passed, and many Christians are still celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The resurrection of Jesus is the basis for many Christians beliefs, but for young black millennials, ...

The history of Easter Eggs by: Lauren Mitchell

Zila Sanchez

April 4, 2018

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Lauren Mitchell Brightly decorated eggs, Easter egg rolling, Easter egg hunts are all integral to celebrating Easter today. However, painting eggs during the springtime predates Christianity. In many cultures, t...

The modern woman vs. Proverbs 31 by: Elaijah Gibbs-Jones

Zila Sanchez

April 4, 2018

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Elaijah Gibbs-Jones Today’s society is composed of a myriad of occupations and industries that are dominated by women. However, despite the immense amount of hard work women contribute to the world, we are still expected to ...

Dear student public officials…

Zila Sanchez

March 29, 2018

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BOARD EDITORIAL Our last paper featured grading of the executive board of Student Government Association (SGA). To do this, we sat as an editorial board and thoroughly examined the SGA’s constitution along with ...

Achievements made by black women by: Taylor Morris

Zila Sanchez

March 21, 2018

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Women have always had the hardest time in society trying to gain rights for themselves especially when it comes to pay, achieving success, or even trying to voice their opinion on topics such as politics. With movem...

The person you met online by: Tyrisha Irwin

Zila Sanchez

February 8, 2018

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According to “The Evolution of the Internet,” written by Kate Mannix and Sean Hall, the internet is “revolutionized the way in which we stay connected on a daily basis.” Today, we not only look to the internet for efficiency in recei...

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