Former tennis coach James Dunwoody’s mentoring program for young tennis players violated NCAA rules, according to Associate Athletics Director Wheeler Brown.
The Corbett Sports Center is proving to be a difficult arena for opponents to play in as A&T’s men’s basketball team improved to 2-0 at home this season with a 71-59 win over Longwood on Tuesday night.
“I used to think rappin’ at 38 was ill, but last year alone, I grossed 38 mil. I know I ain’t quite 38, but still; the flow’s so special–got a ’38’ feel. The real is back.” –Jay-Z (The Prelude)
“Happy Feet,” which debuted on Nov. 17, is an animated movie that mixes humor with reality.
Try to pick a major that you have a personal opinion about.
I’ve had a tough time thinking about what to write for this story. After my last editorial which was very well-received (refer to the Oct. 25 issue), I was totally clueless on what to write about. I wondered, what would the students like to read about? What is interesting to them? Heck, was there anything more interesting or more important going on at school besides final exams?
For A&T students looking for a great and reasonable spot to eat at, the Tuscana Cuisine is the perfect place.
Recently speaking with a male friend of mine, I stumbled upon something quite interesting.
On Nov. 10, the Office of Veteran and Disability Support Services honored all North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University students, staff, administrators, and faculty who are veterans.
On Friday at 3 p.m. in the boardroom of Dowdy, history was made when Dr. Stanley F. Battle was introduced as the newly elected chancellor of A&T.
As football season is coming to an end and the temperature starts to drop it is now time for sports to be played indoors. With that said, Lady Aggies basketball is set to begin.
Students from both A&T and Bennett College starred in a South African play entitled The Drought this past weekend at the Bennett College Theatre.