The Morning After

Similar to Carrie’s weekly dining outings with Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte, my friends and I love to frequent our favorite bookstore on Sunday afternoons. Here we read, write, and discuss music, travel, life and spirituality. Thankfully, this opportunity allows us to adjust our settings after another whirlwind week and prepare for the next. This week we reflected on incidents that took place during homecoming this year.

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Financial relief on the way for future Aggies

This year’s Fall Convocation ended with financial relief for students with an announcement from Chancellor Stanley F. Battle of the newly introduced Lewis and Elizabeth Dowdy Scholars Program.

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New Vets getting help

What are the differences between joining the military through the ROTC and through a recruitment center?

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Who’s representing you?

Is it a new face or new strategy that will win the satisfaction of A&T students and voters in District 2?

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Wayne’s World a big hit

After minor controversy surrounding this year’s concert threatened to put a damper on the event, students and others came out in large numbers to see the show.

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Aggies drop homecoming to Bethune-Cookman

In a homecoming game full of ups and downs, the Aggies suffered a familiar result in a close game as Bethune Cookman spoiled A&T’s 20,000 plus fans in a 24 -20 victory, after the blue and gold obtained the lead on a 20-0 run Saturday in Aggie Stadium.The game marked A&T’s 25th straight loss increasing the longest losing streak in the nation.

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The “AA” Meeting

“Hi My name is Joe, and I am an alcoholic.” That is the typical statement one may hear when they go to an Alcoholic Anonymous meeting. What is most impressive about AA meetings is that many of the participants come to the realization that they have a problem and want to take initiative to do something about it.

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Live or die, make your choice

Price to see Saw I: $6.75 at the Regal Cinemas. Price to see Saw II: $1.00 at a bootlegged screening. Price to see Saw IV: $3.75 at the Brassfield Cinemas. Lesson learned from seeing the film series: PRICELESS.

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