Shuttle routes may change

When it comes to students having discrepancies with Aggie Shuttle, Curtis W. Bigelow says talk to the Student Government Association.

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Black Nativity Returns

The December production of North Carolina A&T State University’s Black Nativity promises to be a sample of the old with a spin of new creativity from students and faculty.

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Aggies drops three in NBAC Classic

In their first outing of the 2004-05-basketball season, the NC A&T Men’s basketball team lost three straight in the NABC Classic held in Albuquerque, N.M. on Nov. 12-15.

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Dead Prez was Right… Turn Off The Radio

Unfortunately, I was laying in the bed at around 9 a.m. on Tuesday morning listening to a local radio station, 94.5 “The Beat.” This was unfortunate because my American government and politics class with Dr. Steele starts at 9:30 and I hadn’t even taken a shower or thought about eating breakfast.

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A&T swimmers split two meets in New York

The Lady Aggies traveled to New York to face off against Wagner College and St Francis University. The Lady Aggies lost to Wagner College 105- 77 on Nov. 12, at Staten Island, N.Y.

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A&T lose first MEAC bowling title in four years

N.C. A&T lost their first MEAC crown in four years on Nov. 12-13 in Laurel, Md. The Lady Aggies placed fourth in the tournament. In only their third year, the Lady Wildcats of Bethune-Cookman won their first MEAC title.

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A Review of “Developing Consciousness”

From its inception, spoken word and poetry has been regarded as a venue for self-expression giving people the opportunity to let their voices be heard. Fellow Aggie, Dominique Camm is taking the definition of spoken word to the next level.

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Excuse us please

Females experience a natural phenomenon once every month that seems to take over our lives for three to eight days. Can we please be excused during our monthly womanly duties?

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