NoiaBrittany: A&T’s new student business

Brittany Van Pelt

May 3, 2017

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By: Brittany Van Pelt There are many dedicated student entrepreneurs on this campus of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. One of the most successful rising businesses is that of sophomore Business Management-Entrepreneurship...

CEO FUBU visits A&T

Brittany Van Pelt

May 3, 2017

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By: Brittany Van Pelt, Contributor FUBU Founder Daymon John kicks off Chancellor Speaker Series Chancellor Martin kicked off his Chancellor Speaker Series this past Wednesday with FUBU CEO, Daymon John. John spoke to...

The Fight for Unalienable Rights

Brittany Van Pelt

April 18, 2017

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By Brittany Van Pelt, Register Reporter North Carolina’s Republican lawmakers introduced a bill this week that would outlaw same-sex marriage in the state. The proposed House Bill 780 (The Uphold of Marriage Act) would...

HB2 vs. HB142: What’s the difference?

Brittany Van Pelt

April 11, 2017

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By Brittany Van Pelt, Contributor House Bill 142, which was signed into law late last month by Governor Roy Cooper, repealed North Carolina’s controversial House Bill Two law. Yet, many have been asking if the law reall...

Blacks and Mental Health: Why We Suffer in Silence

Brittany Van Pelt

April 10, 2017

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The topic of mental health has become a hot button issue in our country. Even with growing social awareness, there is still a strong stigma about the legitimacy of mental illness. This stigma is most prevalent in the African-American...

Does the “Oreo” Stereotype Really Exist?

Brittany Van Pelt

March 28, 2017

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By Brittany Van Pelt There stereotypes in our society associated with different racial groups. These images are most commonly portrayed through the media. African-Americans are often portrayed as volatile thugs for men or abras...

Sessions confirmation leads to an unknown future for racial justice

Brittany Van Pelt

February 15, 2017

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By Brittany Van Pelt, Register Contributor After weeks of vicious bickering, Jeff Sessions was confirmed as Attorney General this past Wednesday. Sessions, an Alabama Republican, was confirmed in a close 52-47 vote. Just...

Design Archives Emporium provides a spotlight for local designers

Brittany Van Pelt

February 15, 2017

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By: Brittany Van Pelt, Register Contributor Greensboro is known for its eclecticism and “artsy” uniqueness. Even with the city's commitment to the unconventional, there are still a variety of hidden treasures unknown to...