Month

April 2003

All posts published in April 2003

85 posts

Aggies talk back

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"I will miss the atmosphere and the people, being around positive black students. It was an enjoyable experience."

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Global studies, Black London program discussed

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You may not have to leave an A&T classroom to travel abroad. On April 10, professors from the engineering, foreign language, nursing, history and communication departments gathered in the Seminar Room in Bluford Library to engage in a discussion lead by Dr.... More »

A&T baseball falls to FAMU and UNCG

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The Florida A&M Rattlers used defense to propel them to a series victory over the N.C. A&T Aggies. The Rattlers (22-18, 10-5 MEAC South) won the three-game series and the Aggies (8-31, 4-8 MEAC South) ended by losing five of their last six games against Flo... More »

Piedmont welcomes third annual jazz festival

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In its third year, the Piedmont Jazz Festival promises to bring 11 days of the best in jazz music and entertainment. The festival is presented in part by the Eastern Music Festival, N.C. A&T and other Triad businesses and organizations.

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Old shoes die hard

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What is the best tennis shoe out right now? Do you have any clue? The answer to both questions is the Air Force Ones made by Nike.

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Alexander retires after 30 years

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This year's recipient of the outstanding teacher award is Dr. Sandra Carlton-Alexander. She has given 30 years of service to the university in several capacities. At the end of the current semester, she will retire.

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So long M.J.

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It's finally over now...at least we think. After destroying the 76ers throughout his career and notching milestone point numbers 5,000, 10,000 and 15,000 in the city of "brotherly love," Michael Jordan walked on and off the court for the final time on April... More »