North Carolina A&T University is the home of many things. “The Greensboro Four”, one of the most respected engineering programs in the nation and one of the best football programs in all of black college football. However, over the past few seasons this very proud football program has endured multiple losing seasons that has caused a lot of complaining within the Aggie community among the students, fans, alumni, and supporters.
It’s impossible to ignore the historical significance of The A&T Register in the history of this university and in the black community of Greensboro.
SUAB presented Black Ice, the voice of the “have nots”, along with other spoken-word artists who slipped their lyrical metaphors onto the mic Wednesday, August 22nd in the Harrison Auditorium.
Renaissance by definition is the revival through an art form. Throughout history, generations have “revived” the community at large through a metamorphosis of music.
Two steps forward and one step back.
After a disappointing 0-11 season, the North Carolina A&T Aggie football team is not worried about the grief suffered from last season.
August 29, 2005. It has been two years since Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast and decimated the city of New Orleans and Aggies from the city will tell you that conditions in their hometown are still “messed up.”
The Syllabus: The great thing about underground hip hop is that the music, itself, is pure and in its realest form.
The history is extensive. Four CIAA championships, six MEAC championships and the second most players in the NFL of any HBCU.
As the sun rises on the first day of the new semester, many of us are embarking on our own journeys to enlightenment. Whether freshman or senior, sophomore or graduate student, we all are going to have tests inside and outside the classroom. We all will have to make decisions that are ramifications in our lives that will be permanent. It is important that we make the best decision in each of these tests in order to prosper.
A new school year gives everyone a new start, a chance for re-invention, and the ability to make wrongs right. Summer break, though seemingly short, also allows us to do some self-reflection, experience new things and grow at a rapid rate.
Soulja Boy Tell Em is a Chicago born, Atlanta raised rapper that first took the internet by storm with catchy dance tracks. Now the kid has everybody from age three to 83, “Crank dat Soulja Boy.”