Recorded by Mike McCray
The new Alumni/Foundation Event Center will welcome Thomas L. Friedman to campus on April 5.
As the first fraternity to probate, members of the Beta Epsilon. chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity initiated 14 on March 28 at 8:06 in front of Williams Cafeteria.
As the new president for the Student Union Advisory Board, Michael Mackey plans to make sure that all A&T students are on track for achieving the best out of campus life.
After a second round of votes, the wait is over, and election results are in.
Erskine Bowles, president of the University of North Carolina System, visited A&T on March 29 to give the chancellor search committee its charge.
The average college student’s life is consumed by endless obligations from classes, work schedules, group meetings, school organizations, etc.
Alexis Cejas can thank her family if she fulfills her dreams of going into corporate law and making a six-figure salary. Her father is a lawyer, and her grandparents are tobacco farmers. Cejas said she enjoyed going to court with her father when she was small, and the mid-’90s tobacco lawsuits got her interested in becoming a lawyer.
Acting has been a form of entertainment since the 1800s when the Egyptians would put on shows for kings, queens and social guests. Signs of acting can even be traced back to the prehistoric days, even though there is no clear evidence of such an established art.
On the 100th anniversary of Emancipation, James Baldwin warned his nephew, “You can only be destroyed by believing that you really are what the white world calls a nigger. . . . It was intended that you should perish in the ghetto, perish by never being allowed to go behind the white man’s definitions . . .”
“…1925 was the year of the light when founder Frank Horton tried to make things right…” echoed across A&T’s campus as hundreds of people anxiously awaited the 17 spring 2006 intitiates of the Kappa Psi chapter of Alpha Phi Omega to “come out.”
Dubbed “little A&T” by many, Dudley High School is now facing the threat of being taken over or closed by the state if test scores do not improve soon.