Affirmative action

Issues surrounding affirmative action are more controversial now than ever. Federal courts are facing a decision in March whether the government should keep or repeal affirmative action in regards to the admissions process with college and universities.

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Did you know…?

Boy Scout Troop 29 is chartered to Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. and based on the campus of N.C. A&T.

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N.C. A&T student-athletes honored by MEAC

Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Commissioner Dennis E. Thomas announced the Commissioner’s All-Academic Award winners recently. N.C. A&T totaled 33 of the 499 winners and the student-athletes honored are listed below:

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SGA holds movie night

As a part of N.C. A&T’s Black History Month Celebration, the Student Government Association will sponsor movie night on Feb. 27.

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Renick says no to Division I

At their Feb. 19 meeting, Dr. James C. Renick told the N.C. A&T Board of Trustees that the football team would not be making the move to Division I-A.

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Students celebrate Engineering Week

Hundreds of area middle and high school students flocked N.C. A&T to participate in PCI Day or Pre-College Initiative Day on Feb. 20.

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Will you accept logic?

If you were in attendance of the lecture at Guilford College given by Chuck D, you may have been left with some questions.

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AGGIES TALK BACK!!!

“Personally it won’t affect my college budget, but I think it’s a little outrageous. We need to do more research on finding a more economical way to solve this problem.”Jose V. Barros, senior, manufacturing sytems major

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R. Kelly’s new CD hits the spot

R. Kelly’s recent legal issues have not stifled his creative talents. Kelly’s recent “Chocolate Factory” CD may be some of his best work ever.

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Appeal to Congress for Impartial Suffrage

Man is the only government-making animal in the world. His right to a participation in the production and operation of government is an inference from his nature, as direct and self-evident as is his right to acquire property or education. It is no less a crime against the manhood of a man, to declare that he shall not share in the making and directing of the government under which he lives, than to say that he shall not acquire property and education. The fundamental and unanswerable argument in favor of the enfranchisement of the negro is found in the undisputed fact of his manhood. He is a man, and by every fact and argument by which any man can sustain his right to vote, the negro can sustain his right equally. It is plain that, if the right belongs to any, it belongs to all.

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