Every 12 minutes, a woman in America dies of breast cancer.
Raiesha Warren was thrilled she took the advice of her mom who urged her to enter the first annual Miss Virginia Aggie Pageant.
On Sept. 13, Paul Wall’s solo album, “The People’s Champ,” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. With the dual-disc set selling 176,000 units, Wall proved that he is indeed the “Champ.”
Jeremy Jones walks around campus in anonymity. Looking at his 5’11, 180-pound frame, he doesn’t stand out from your average junior at North Carolina A&T. However, Jones’ story is a little different.
On Oct. 15 the Student Government Association will be hosting another Homecoming Concert. This year’s event will be themed “Hustle and Flow,” and will feature a variety of artists including Ciara, T.I., Lil Jon, Lil Jeezy, Mike Jones, Slim Thug and Paul Wall. Megan Brooks, the Student Government Association Vice President of External Affairs, said the unique artist lineup led her and other organizers to call the show “Hustle and Flow.”
What’s big, yellow and growls like a dog?
Temperatures were in the low 80s at kickoff as A&T traveled to Elon take on the Phoenix in their second primetime game of the season.
Starting at the Washington Monument and going around the White House, US Court of Claims, The Federal Triangle, and ending at the Department of Commerce, protestors marched on Saturday, Sept. 24 to end the war in Iraq.
The National Association of Black Females Executives in Music & Entertainment (NABFEME) hosted a forum in the Memorial Student Union Stallings Ballroom on Sept. 24.
While most of the Register staff members won’t be saying their farewells until May, I have been forced to say mine now. In December, I’m graduating. Dang, I like how that sounds.