For nine years, the Student Government Association has been seeking to raise the level of black consciousness through the Third Thursday Lecture Series.
As members of the hip-hop, bling-bling, “Hollyhood” generation, many college students are less familiar with James McBride than they are with Jay-Z, Mary J. Blige or 50 Cent.
The legendary CBS News “60 Minutes” correspondent Andy Rooney lectured on media history and broadcast journalism to students in the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication on Nov. 14 in the auditorium of the New Classroom Building.
Many people use the classified ads as their sole job search technique. Unfortunately, statistics show that only 10 percent to 20 percent of jobs are ever published-which means that 80 percent to 90 percent of jobs remain hidden in the job market. For this reason, networking remains the number one job search strategy.
Cynthia Jacobs Carter, director of development at Howard University and an adjunct professor and research associate at Georgetown University, recently released her book “Africana Woman: Her story through time.” Debuted on Nov. 3, the book is now being sold at Barnes and Noble, Borders and on Amazon.com. Carter is now traveling to major cities such as Miami, Chicago and Detroit to launch her book tour.
Beginning this Friday at 12:30 p.m N.C. A&T will be vying for another conference title, this time in volleyball. At 8-2 in the conference the Lady Aggies will be the number three seed in this weekend’s tournament. The Greensboro Sportsplex is hosting the tournament, which starts with the opening round on Thursday and concludes with the championship match on Saturday.
The Gillette Co. and Dr. James C. Renick announced the launching of a partnership between the multi-purpose company and the university.
Has hip-hop culture positively impacted the media and advertising? Or is hip-hop culture being exploited in modern day minstrel shows to advertise to a predominately white audience?
For its fourth year, U.S. International Education Week (IEW) was celebrated on N.C. A&T’s campus under the theme, “The World at A&T: A Global Eclipse.”
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 theaters.
“I am most thankful for being able to go spend time with the ones I love and for getting a home-cooked meal.”
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.