The Atkins-approved Menu

Cabbage Soup, South Beach, Atkins, Sugar Busters, Scarsdale, Three Day, Seven Day-All-You-Can-Eat, One Good Meal, Metabolism, Russian Air Force, Jump Start, and Grape Fruit/Fruit Juice. Surly you are familiar with one of the diets listed.

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Allan Freelon’s Art exhibit comes to A&T

Beginning January 21- March 12, “The Allan Freelon: Pioneer African American Impressionist,” traveling exhibition will be on display at Dudley Hall. The traveling exhibition was organized by the North Carolina Central University Museum. More than 30 paintings from the 20th century will be revealed from artist Allan Randell Sr.

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Lady Aggies prepare for second half

Midway through the season, the Lady Aggies finished their non-conference schedule with a 2-12 record and 1-4 in the MEAC.With non-conference losses to Wake Forest, East Carolina and North Carolina State, the Lady Aggies used the experience against them to get set for the MEAC.

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Campus program honors King

The celebration for the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. began on Jan. 13 at 7:00 p.m. North Carolina A&T State University held a commemorative observance featuring “The Meeting,” a drama created by Jeff Stetson, in the Memorial Student Union Stallings Ballroom. The drama imitated what could have been if Dr. King and Malcolm X would have met. This event was sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs. King would have been 76 years old on Jan. 15.

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World Leadership is Currently Recruiting Facilitators

The People to People World Leadership Forum, founded by Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1956, introduced their program to N.C. A&T students during an open session for students to learn more about the rewards of the organization. Kelly Dengel a recruiter for the program presented a Power Point presentation on Jan.14 in Stallings Ballroom to encourage students to apply for a facilitator position.

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