December 2001

All posts published in December 2001

19 posts

Holmes story an inspiration to others


Brad Holmes! At 6’3” and 275 pounds, he has been a key contributor in the Aggies’ defensive line and leaves a big space to fill with his graduation.Born on July 29, 1979, Brad’s childhood was spent with his parents Melvin and Joan Holmes and his sister Tara... More »

SGA meeting marked by infighting


Bickering between the Student Government Association and a few members of the Aggie Live Wires over budget-related matters overshadowed a heavy agenda for the full body monthly meeting, Nov. 26 in the Memorial Union Exhibit Hall.Tempers flared as the Live W... More »

Psychologist tells students to recall past struggles


Dr. Na'im Akbar, a nationally renowned black psychologist, told students on Nov. 1 that they "need to remember the struggle of what got us where we are today." Akbar, an Afro-centric scholar from Florida State University, spoke as part of a lecture series b... More »

A season that could have been


After receiving 11 of 15 first place votes in the preseason to win the MEAC, the Aggies took on that responsibility with passion and did not disappoint…until the injury bug bit. The Aggies, who virtually coasted through the first eight games, which included... More »

Register staff honored with eight BCCA awards


N.C. A&T's student newspaper staff recently garnered top awards in the Black College Communication Association's (BCCA) 2001 Student Newspaper Awards competition. The awards were presented during the association's annual meeting at the Hilton-Walt Disney Wo... More »

B-Ball team starting off slow


The Aggie men’s basketball team has gotten off on the wrong foot this season as they’ve dropped their first three games. In the season opener against Elon, the Aggies squandered a seven-point lead with three minutes remaining and lost in overtime by a score... More »