Month

November 2004

All posts published in November 2004

82 posts

Veteran’s Day

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The realities of war and death sank in as students and veterans took time to reflect at A&T's annual Veteran's Day Ceremony on Thursday, November 11.

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Minority enrollment still rising

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Walking around A&T's campus this semester, one might quickly assume that in comparison to previous years, the number of minorities has significantly increased. That observation is partly accurate.

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Hampton crushes A&T

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Hampton defeated N.C. A&T 51-24 to claim the MEAC Championship and their first Division I-AA playoff entry since 1998 on Saturday, Nov. 13, at Armstrong Stadium in Hampton, Va.

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Howard students debate black greek organizations

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Fridays on the Yard at Howard University would be a little quieter without the calls of Omega Psi Phi fraternity members to one another, and the homecoming step show would be virtually nonexistent, at least if one follows the logic advanced by Ricky Jones.<... More »

Trick Daddy maintains his title as a “thug”

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With one of his hottest projects to date, Trick Daddy released his sixth album on Oct. 26 titled "Thug Matrimony: Married to the Streets." Coming off of a two-year hiatus since his 2002 album, "Thug Holiday," the Miami Native returns with his profound lyric... More »

Davis out as Athletic Director

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After two years on the job, A&T has fired Charlie Davis as Athletic Director on Friday, Nov. 12. Renick, Davis and the athlethics' department could not reach for comment but Renick send a press release about the dismissal.

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Students short on fall Flex Dollars

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Four months into the fall 2004 semester, many students are still coping with a confusing shortage of Aggie Flex Dollars and are working to have the issue resolved in time for the spring semester.

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Bush nominates Rice for new post

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WASHINGTON - Condoleezza Rice, President Bush's mentor in foreign-policy matters and his choice as a new secretary of state, is far closer to Bush in her worldview than the departing Colin Powell.

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XM: Mainstream but not commercial

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You're listening to the radio, and you hear the same songs, over and over again. You change the channel, and hear the same songs. The next channel has commercials. What do you do when you've run out of stations that you like to listen to? Tune into XM Satel... More »