The Student Government Association (SGA) kicked off this year’s homecoming festivities on Oct. 9 with the Essence College Tour and Gospel Fest.
This past week, the weather has gone from hot and hazy to cold and lazy. But just because the temperature has dropped doesn’t mean that your fashion sense has to.
I am pro-black. A fighter of the oppressed, a leader for the silent masses. I strive to bring my people back to the glory days of Kush. To the days when black men and black women could hold their head up high with pride cause a better day was ‘gon come. Lord knows I have listened to tapes of Brother Malcolm and the Rev. Dr. Heard the pain in their voice as they expressed what needed to be done for my people to evolve. I thought that by attending the Millions More Movement in Washington D.C., I could at least begin to understand the struggle I see in my mother’s eyes and her mother’s eyes. Your mother’s eyes.
The Offices of Alumni Affairs and Career Services partnered to organize the first annual alumni career fair.
Hundreds of thousands of people gathered at the Capitol for the Millions More Movement on Saturday.
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Delaware State defeated the Aggies 23-13 on homecoming in front of 22,317 fans Oct. 15 at Aggie Stadium.
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In accordance with homecoming tradition, A&T’s sororities and fraternities competed in a step show for money and bragging rights for the year.
This year’s homecoming marked a new day for fashion on A&T’s campus. Couture Productions and Verge Modeling Troupe performed together for the first time at Carolina Theatre on Oct. 12.
The A&T volleyball team traveled to Maryland with a 8-11 overall record, 3-1 in conference. After the MEAC roundup on the campus of the University of Maryland Eastern Shore was over, they had a 14-11 record; 9-1 in MEAC. The tournament was held on Oct. 13-16.
We did it. Just a little over a week ago, we weren’t sure it could be done, but it was. Particularly sophomore class president Leo Breckenridge and history club president Autumn Banks worked persistently to get a bus supported by A&T so that whichever A&T student desired to attend the Millions More Movement on Oct. 15 in Washington, D.C., could do just that.