The A&T Register

Top Five Concerns we have with the Attorney General

January 11, 2010

Don't get us wrong; we're not out to get you. There are just a few things that are nagging at us like flies descend on food. There is something to be said about someone doing something wrong, admitting it, and getting away wi...

Swimming through financial aid

November 17, 2009

Your Issues, Your Campus, Speak your Mind: A & T Financial Aid Fourm was held on Tuesday at 7:00 p.m in Exhibit Hall. This gave students and the financial aid staff the opportunity to finally voice their issues and opinions tow...

Career fair held on campus

November 16, 2009

The JOMC EXPO, a career fair for journalism and mass communication majors, gave students the opportunity to interview with local broadcasting companies searching for prospective interns and employees. The career fair was held in...

Foreign Languages Extravaganza

November 16, 2009

 Dozens of students filled Stallings Ballroom in the Memorial Student Union last Thursday for the Department of Foreign Languages Extravaganza at North Carolina A&T. This program featured some of the highlights the department ha...

Weekend review

November 3, 2009

We have been through a lot this year surrounding homecoming. This year's Greatest Homecoming on Earth event has been clouded by drama within the SGA, objection to the concert lineup, A&T's loss to Bethune-Cookman, and everything el...

Wickham, Institute, host conference to redefine journalism education

October 26, 2009

There is no doubt the realm of journalism is in a state of evolution. What remains to be seen is how this evolution will affect the instruction of the craft. DeWayne Wickham, Director of the Institute for Advanced Journalism St...

Police: Be safe, smart this week

October 26, 2009

"It's Homecoming, not a home going," said Lt. T.C. Bland of the University Police Department (UPD).  Drug and Alcohol Awareness Week (DAAWk) was held Wednesday, Oct. 21 until Friday, Oct. 23 to help students become aware of ...

Official visits A&T ; hails GI bill

September 29, 2009

For the veterans of American wars, receiving a quality college education from their country has always been a token of gratitude from their country since the inception of the GI Bill. With the new Post 9/11 GI Bill, enacted in...

Senate calls special session to investigate Jasmin, executive boards actions

September 29, 2009

Last night at 7 p.m. in Stallings Ballroom B, the SGA Senate held a Special Session to investigate the actions that led to SGA President Syene Jasmin going on WXII and speaking out regarding the character of the artists invited to...

Senators gather to call special session

September 24, 2009

Sitting patiently in the Student Government Association conference room eating his lunch, Maurice Scott, Senator for District one-College of Arts and Sciences, waited on his fellow senators to come sign a petition that will fo...

They put the ‘A’ in North Carolina A&T

September 22, 2009

Ask anyone in North Carolina A&T's School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, and they will be sure to tell you that an Aggie is not the beloved yellow bulldog, that is the official mascot for N. C. A&T. An Aggie is ac...

Aggies celebrate ‘Day of Peace’

September 21, 2009

Students at North Carolina A&T joined thousands of groups from around the world on Monday outside the Memorial Student Union Fountain in festivity for the International Day of Prayer for Peace. Outside the Union, united together ...

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