Block party proves to be entertaining

If you were anywhere around Elm Street this weekend you might have noticed that it looked a lot like Franklin Street on Halloween night. That’s because this past Saturday was the fourth annual Get Down! Town event, sponsored by Crown Automotive. The event included food, drinks and live performances.

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Solid Gold

Are you Solid Gold? N.C. A&T athletics proposed a dress code for the student body, alumni, faculty and staff to abide by for all athletics events.

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The summer trip of a lifetime

How many of us Aggies spend our summers working, or going “back home,” in summer school, or doing absolutely nothing with our lives? Well, I’m sure there are a small percentage of students who actually leave the country and go to a continent like no other. How many people actually spend their summers meaningfully?

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Soldiers return to A&T from Iraqi war

Ammunition 3-feet tall and 2-feet wide are buried underground waiting for unsuspecting soldiers, and insurgents hide explosives in potato chip bags. There are trash piles taller than some of the residence dorms on the campus. There is a lack of clean water, and sometimes people go a couple of days without taking a shower.

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What’s Next!!

This is a topic that I hold dear to my heart. I’ve gotten stopped by quite a few people and have been asked to write about this topic. Ladies, why do you wear club clothes to class?

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GTRC holds public hearing

The Greensboro Truth and Reconciliation Commission (GTRC) held the second of three public hearings on Aug. 27.

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Take the A&T Four off parking stickers

The A&T Four (or the Greensboro Four, depending on the publication) are symbolic of civil disobedience for social change. This country is a direct result of civil disobedience.

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