November 2001

All posts published in November 2001

13 posts

Muslim leader speaks peace


By Tarah HollandEntertainment EditorImam W. Deen Mohammed, speaking Thursday, Nov. 1, at an Interfaith Unity Week event, said that the suicide bombers who attacked the World Trade Center would not find their actions acceptable to God.Mohammed, the son of th... More »

War kept in perspective with Gibbs Hall meetings


By T. J. MooreNews EditorEver since the Sept. 11 tragedy, there have been meetings and discussions of the current state of America's affairs on campus. Every Wednesday from noon to 1 p.m., the Department of Political Science meets in Room 123 Gibbs Hall to ... More »

Imes,his rhyme, the story in him


By Alexandra GrayRegister ContributorSophomore business economics major Jaeyel Imes is a young author on the rise. He has published "the rhyme, the story n me" through an innovative print-on-demand process, and has other books scheduled for publication next... More »

Road Trip: An inside look at the big game


By Cornelius GaryRegister Contributor(Editor’s Note: Cornelius Gary is a running back for the Aggies football team. This is his first-person account of a crucial road trip.)Oct. 26. It’s 2:45 a.m. and I’m on the bus getting ready to go to the airport to fly... More »

Sculptor captures essence of history


By T.J. MooreNews EditorIt started with an idea.Just like the sit-in movement itself, the statue immortalizing the four who sat at the Woolworth counter forty one years ago, started with an idea.Sculptor James Barnhill's idea, however stems from a photo -- ... More »

Saxophonist set to appear to A&T


James Houlik, a tenor saxophonist, will present a mini-recital seminar for musicians entitled "Commecting the Dots" in Webb Hall, Tuesday, Nov. 6, at 7:30 p.m. Houlik was designated by the London Daily Mail as the "World's Great Saxophone Virtuoso." In his ... More »

American Education Week activities set for Nov. 11-17


N.C. A&T will celebrate American Education Week, Nov. 11-17 with activities sponsored by the School of Education.The national theme for the week is "Together: Making Public Schools Great for Every Child." The university's theme for the week is "Best Practic... More »

Unity will prevail, no matter the circumstance


Four people have died and many more have been affected by the infectious disease that the government is finding hard to track down and kill. Anthrax, something not many people knew about until a few weeks ago, has protruded into the mailrooms and workplaces... More »

Aggies smash Bison, 76-30


By Chris wallaceRegister Sports EditorOn Saturday, Oct. 20, at Aggie Stadium, the Aggies of N.C. A&T scored 41 first-quarter points on their way to a 76-point effort in the 76-30 win over Howard University. The Aggies surpassed their previous record of 73 p... More »

Q & A


An outbreak of anthrax has many Americans asking questions about the disease that has taken the lives of four and threatened the lives of millions.Q: What is anthrax?A: Anthrax is an infectious disease caused by the spore-forming bacterium Bacillus anthraci... More »