Movie gives a new spin on romantic comedy

March 15, 2010

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"Our Family Wedding" came out in theaters last Friday. The movie brings new meaning to the saying, "Your marriage, their wedding." The plot seems simple. Lance Gross and America Ferrera star as the young couple who come home to...

Seniors get ready for their “Grad Fest”

March 15, 2010

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For seniors who have been affected with a case of "senioritis," anxiously awaiting graduation, May 8 is right around the corner.  But until then, from March 22-25 seniors can obtain all of their graduation necessities at the Un...

A&T Chancellor Appoints Student Affairs Vice Chancellor

February 28, 2010

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After a conference call meeting, the Board of Trustees confirmed Chancellor Harold L. Martin Sr.'s appointment of Dr. Melody C. Pierce as the new Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs in a teleconference just moments ago. Martin al...

Board appoints provost

February 23, 2010

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During a closed session vote on Friday's Board of Trustees meeting, Chancellor Harold S. Martin, Sr., along with the Board of Trustees, voted to hire named Dr. Linda Thompson Adams as Provost and Vice Chancellor of Academic Af...

Simply-To-Go Garners Mixed Reviews from Students

February 21, 2010

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Recently, the Simply To-Go takeout facility opened in the old Aggie Late Night location, providing students with an alternative meal in place of Williams Cafeteria and the Sit-In. Angela Peterson, director of Auxiliary Servic...

NY/NJ hosts speed dating for A&T singles

February 15, 2010

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It started with blind dating — friends setting friends up with other singles — which ended disastrously. Then it transitioned to phone dating — meeting people via chat lines — and that became too costly. Most recently singles...

SGA Senate passes bills in first meeting

February 7, 2010

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The SGA Senate held its first meeting of the year Jan. 27 in Marteena Hall to vote  on various Constitutional Amendments that were proposed. The amendments, which were all passed by the SGA Senate, must now be reviewed and ...

Are You African American?

February 7, 2010

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At 6 p.m tonight in Harrison Auditorium, senior public relations major Kanetra Washington will present "Are You African American?" a program that aims to open the minds of North Carolina A&T students in regards to racial identity. The program will fea...

Eli’ is more than just an action flick

February 7, 2010

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"The Book of Eli," is a surprising theological insight, dilute by over-the-top violence in a post-apocalyptic setting.  From looking at the previews, one would think that Denzel Washington was playing the action hero of the movi...

Symposium brings students to A&T

February 7, 2010

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Scholars from across the country convened to honor one of A&T's most celebrated alumni from Jan. 27 to Jan. 29 for the 24th annual Ronald E. McNair Commemorative Celebration and Ninth National Research Symposium. Dr. Ronald E. McNair...

HEAT’ bus hits faculty member on the corner of Bluford and Benbow

February 7, 2010

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On Jan. 20, 2009, at 1:03 p.m., a pedestrian was heading north along the crosswalk of Benbow Road and Bluford Circle and was struck by a HEAT bus. The victim was identified as April Cobb, associate vice chancellor for academic aff...

Feb.1 brings march and time capsule burial

February 7, 2010

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February 1, 2010, marked the 50th anniversary of the A&T Four's sit-in. The day was full of commemorative events including a time capsule burial and march. The time capsule burial took place in front of the A&T Four statue. The...

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