N.C. A&T players and coaches are still mourning the loss of one of their beloved teammates.
Chakowby Hicks scored a team-high 19 points to lead Norfolk State (12-16) to a 58-43 victory over N.C. A&T (3-25) in the play-in round in the MEAC men’s basketball tournament in Richmond, Va.
Baghdad blast kills several
RICHMOND, Va. – The men’s basketball team couldn’t do it. The Lady Aggies, down to only seven players, couldn’t do it either. Before the first full day of competition was over, both A&T basketball teams had been knocked out of the MEAC championship tournament.
GREENSBORO – Billy Collins, the U.S. poet laureate from 2001-2003, will read from his works on Sunday, April 4, at 3 p.m. at the Carolina Theatre in downtown Greensboro. Collins’ visit is part of PoetryGSO, the Greensboro Public Library’s first month-long celebration of poetry honoring poet Randall Jarrell. The program is free and open to the public.
African-American artist Michael Ray Charles, who is known for his graphically styled paintings that investigate racial stereotypes drawn from American advertising, radio jingles and other sources, will visit the Weatherspoon Art Museum at UNCG on March 23 at 5:30 p.m.
The National Association of Black Journalists, NABJ, will be arriving at the campus of N.C. A&T Mar. 24 -27, for the 12th annual Broadcast Short Course seminar.
Tarah Holland: Editor-in-Chief
Many Triad college students attend night clubs within the city of Greensboro. It is not uncommon to either be a part of or witness some sort of violence or unlawful act. Students need to prepare themselves for the unexpected and be safe.
A N.C. A&T junior died in Kumasi, Ghana, Tuesday. Autopsy reports are not available for 21-year-old Julia Scott of Winston-Salem, who was a honor student, majoring in mechanical engineering.
Sit back and think for a moment. “Where would you be without your college experience?”