Budget-friendly things to do in Greensboro

June 20, 2017

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By Shelby Graham Contributor After a long week of classes, do you ever find yourself wanting something fun to do but you’re short on funds? Trust me you’re not alone. Many students and sometimes even myself find it difficult...

Managing jobs and school

June 19, 2017

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By Shelby Graham Contributor Many full-time college students find it hard to balance their academic and work schedules. At times, some are left to choose one or the other. As college students, we deal with enough stress from...

OSA’s first movie outing is ‘Wonder’ful

June 19, 2017

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By Zakiyyah Williamson Contributor   It’s time for the first movie trip for the Aggies' Summer Session I classes. Students that would like to partake in this great incentive will be provided shuttle bus transportation....

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...

Ares: Rapper Patrick Battle and his love for rap music

May 3, 2017

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By Breeana Draper Journalism and Mass Communications student, Patrick Battle, is a talented rapper from Rocky Mount, North Carolina. In high school, Patrick participated in the jazz band and he was a part of the marching...

N.C. A&T and Ashely Stewart host The Big Ideas Conference

April 27, 2017

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By Jana Shaw, Editor and Chief North Carolina Agriculture and Technical State University has immersed itself in the spirit of entrepreneurship. On April 20th, the University hosted The Big Ideas Conference. The Big Ideas...

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...

How to Appreciate a Culture without Appropriation

February 15, 2017

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By Quenci Bradley, Register Contributor In a world that is becoming socially assimilative, it is important to understand other cultures. With an increase in mobility and technology, millennials are more likely to come in contact...

Restaurant Review

February 15, 2017

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By Yakira Love If you’re looking for an authentic Hispanic restaurant in the Greensboro area, then Kiosco Mexican Grill will provide an amazing dining experience. Customers fall in love with the fresh taste of their food....

10 VERY Sexy Books

Alexis Wray

February 8, 2017

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1. The Sex Chronicles By Zane: A titillating collection of short stories revolving around the sexcapades of Patience James aka Zane, Maricruz, Lyric, Eboni, and Ana Marie. This book inspired The Cinemax show, Za...

The Untold Story of Black Women in the Space Race

November 18, 2016

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On Thursday, November 10th, the author of Hidden Figures, Margot Lee Shetterly, visited the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to discuss the historical significance of the incredible story being told in her recently...

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