Breaking News: Armed Robbery on Campus

By Jazmin Gathers Two suspects have been arrested in connection to an armed robbery in January that took place in Aggie Suites parking lot. In a joint effort between...

Continue Reading →

It’s Our Right to March

By Alexis Wray, Register Contributor Turmoil, confusion, misfortunes, policies, and labels are all subject to bring about a united people who stand together despite adversity to seek the change they...

Continue Reading →

Aggies for the Heart

By Zila Sancez, Register Contributor If you walked past the campus health center recently, you may have noticed the “Go Red” banner outside. On Friday Feb. 10, it was crowded with...

Continue Reading →

Dissecting Big Sean’s ‘I Decided’ album

By Patrick Battle Big Sean released his forth studio album ‘I Decided’ just over a week ago. The album was released digitally to avoid being leaked. Sean Don is already...

Continue Reading →

Black Masculinity: Then and Now

By KeAsiah McLaughlin, Register Contributor The concept of Black masculinity sets the standard for how people view Black men in our society today. In addition to this, that same concept...

Continue Reading →

Sessions confirmation leads to an unknown future for racial justice

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...

Continue Reading →

Design Archives Emporium provides a spotlight for local designers

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...

Continue Reading →

There’s Something in the Water

By Allison Gilmore, Register Contributor Two weeks ago, the UNC VS Notre Dame game was moved to Sunday, February 5th, which may have seemed exciting for the locals, but turned out...

Continue Reading →

The Quad: New Series about fictional Georgia HBCU

By Quenci Bradley, Register Contributor There are over 100 historically black colleges and universities in the U.S. Many were created through the American Civil War, which are primarily made up...

Continue Reading →

How to Appreciate a Culture without Appropriation

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...

Continue Reading →

Latest News

It’s Our Right to March

By Alexis Wray, Register Contributor Turmoil, confusion, misfortunes, policies, and labels are all subject to bring about a united people...

Aggies for the Heart

By Zila Sancez, Register Contributor If you walked past the campus health center recently, you may have noticed the “Go...

Restaurant Review

By Yakira Love If you’re looking for an authentic Hispanic restaurant in the Greensboro area, then Kiosco Mexican Grill will...