A black mid-sized vehicle filled with A&T students approaches a stop sign at the intersection of Laurel and Lindsey streets. An A&T law enforcement officer is on duty in a nearby parking lot.
Networking is the one of the only ways to make it in this world and on Friday, Nov. 18, Aggies were given the chance to do just that.
On Sept. 29 in the Dudley Building University Galleries, there was an opening presentation for the Interactive Yemoja, it is part of the Picturing Humanity series. The project by Benita Perry, a lecturer in the department of journalism and mass communications, explores the ancient culture and beliefs (Ifa) of the Yoruba.
In the 2006 spring semester, A&T will incorporate its first hip hop classes into the curriculum, even though the classes are not listed in the course catalog.
Former head coach George Small did something in 2003 that was nothing less than spectacular. As a first-year coach at A&T, he won a MEAC championship-a rare feat for a coach taking over a program.
“We’re here not to mourn the loss, but to celebrate the lives,” said Meagan Brooks, the vice president of external affairs for SGA, about the memorial held for Lynai Thorne, Tiffany Kittrell and Carla Marshall.