Month

April 2001

All posts published in April 2001

51 posts

Golf exhibit comes to A&T

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Epochs of Courage: African Americans in Golf," a multimedia traveling exhibit with historical photography and memorabilia dating from the 1800s into the new millennium, will open Tuesday, April 24, at the Mattye Reed African Heritage Center and H.C. Taylor ... More »

Town hall meetings focus on student unity.

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The newly elected officers of the Student Government Association began a series of town hall meetings on April 17 with a mission to reach students in a way that will create a tighter bond between them and the S.G.A. According to the S.G.A., the purpose of t... More »

Spring Fest brightens campus

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In the spirit of bringing more life to A&T through campus activities, the Student Government Association, along with the student body, celebrated Spring Fest 2001 April 16 through April 20.A talent show in Harrison Auditorium opened Spring Fest events on Ap... More »

Aggies Talk Back!!!

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Herman Bright - junior, technology education - "Man I had to work!!! As a resident's assistant, I am under privileged and I had to sit here on a holiday while everyone else was out doing their thing. I worked the whole weekend! Can you feel me?"

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A good resume will help ensure a great job

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For some students a resume can be your biggest nightmare or it can be your best friend, that will help you open doors to that perfect internship or job. Find out how you can bring your resume from the bottom of the pile to the top through the following tips... More »

Miller drafted by USBL’s Mustangs

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After a senior season in which he set a career high and led the Aggies averaging 16.1 points per game, A&T point guard J.J. Miller was drafted in the sixth round(56th overall) by the Maryland Mustangs of the United States Basketball League (USBL). "I really... More »

Antigone’ makes the stage: Review

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The Richard B. Harrison Players have done it again. Congratulations to Frankie Day Greenlee for directing the intense production of "Antigone."Suz Latham did a splendid job on the costumes for this classic Greek drama. Lots of browns, purples and golds lit ... More »

Scholar athletes honored

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A&T's scholar-athletes proved that the difficult balancing act between academics and athletics can be done. At the second annual Athletic Academic Luncheon, held April 17 in the Student Union Ballroom, student athletes were honored for their accomplishments... More »

Kobe, Shaq: together forever?

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Ahhh...finally the regular season has come down to very end with 16 teams ready to battle for the NBA title. The NBA playoffs begin soon and this year's playoffs should be better than ever...at least in the western conference.Everyone knows to dethrone the ... More »

Aggie baseball has chance to regain first in MEAC

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The Aggies baseball team had a chance to take over first place with a series sweep over the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats over the weekend. If they won two of three games, they'd be tied for first place.Instead, the Aggies dropped all three games as they fell 12... More »