Month

December 2004

All posts published in December 2004

25 posts

Win or lose, here we go again

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Another semester is now history. It's been a long, hard and sometimes strange trip for us in the newsroom. And we've still got another four months before it's over.

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Reporter talks war stories from Iraq

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By Patrice WithersLayout and Design EditorAfter spending nearly a month in Iraq and riding with troops of the North Carolina National Guard, Demorris Lee came back to the states in July to compile information he collected while in a war zone. Lee currently ... More »

The Art of Managing Education and Motherhood

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Melanie Matthews is not your typical traditional college student. In fact, she is a non-traditional aspiring actress hoping to make it to the mainstream one day. This vibrant 35-year-old Greensboro native is a single mother of three daughters; Lauren Whitte... More »

“Aggieland” lights up

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On Nov. 29,North Carolina A&T kicked off its first annual Aggie Land Festival of Lights. The Aggie Land Festival of Lights will go thru Saturday, Dec. 4. The Aggie Land Festival Lights will feature local talent each night on the Holland Bowl Stage.

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A&T on the rebound

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When you look at the five games that the A&T men's basketball team played, you would say they stink. That is absolutely false.In five games, their only victory was against High Point. The Aggies lost to Santa Clara by 38, New Mexico by 16, Texas A&M by 33 a... More »

Gay ‘P.R.I.D.E’ chapter on campus

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People Recognizing Individual Diversity and Equality is what the term P.R.I.D.E. means for the newest student organization on campus. The nationally-known organization caters largely to the gay and lesbian population. The organization recently established i... More »