Month

November 2003

All posts published in November 2003

60 posts

Tupac: Resurrection

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In the past months under the organization of Tupac Shakur's mother Afeni Shakur, three definitive works based on the life of hip-hop legend Shakur were released. The works include an album, a movie and a book.

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It’s time to bounce

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Hmmm....it has been four years now.....okay four and a half years since I stepped onto this beautiful campus of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. I know this is the sports section, and I'm going to say what I have to say here.

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2003 MEAC Champions

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Upon accepting the job as head coach of the N.C. A&T football team prior to the 2003 season, George Small forced his players to make one purchase...buy into his system and they'll be successful.

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Hundreds tested for HIV

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Over 300 students participated in the free HIV/AIDS screening for HIV/AIDS Awareness Day on Nov. 13 in the Memorial Union Commuter Lounge.

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A&T basketball: It’s a whole new ballgame

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After a dismal 1-26 season and a last-place finish in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, the North Carolina A&T Aggies look to start the season off on the right foot this time around. The Aggies played in the Blue & Gold Scrimmage on Saturday, Nov. 15 in ... More »

English Club renamed after poet

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N.C. A&T's English Department recently implemented an English Club, that has been renamed the Frances Watkins Harper Literary Society (FWHLS). The goal of the society is to focus on improving the English skills of A&T students.

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Massacre’ sends movie-goers running

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Taking the most gruesome, real-life mass murder case of all time and putting it on screen seems like something that would send people running to the theaters and that's exactly what happened when the 2003 version of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" came to the... More »