What’s Next!!

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.

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After last weekend, this writer will cry no more

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.

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Eva hosts a colaboration

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.

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The Lady Aggies win big in Round-up Classic

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.

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Wait, isn’t this your homecoming week?’

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.

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