A&T’s athletics director, Dee Todd, was relieved of her duties Thursday morning.
Safety and health are year-round issues, especially during the holidays. As a result, Health Educator Kaye Ziglar and the staff at Sebastian Health Center want to make sure that everyone returns safely for the spring semester.
I never thought of eating as a chore until I ate in China.
A single file line of nearly one hundred wrapped around the outside of Webb Hall Auditorium Nov. 14 as students waited to get into Omega Psi Phi’s Money Management seminar.
It may seem odd that someone would take the time to address individuals when there are groups of people who need attention in our world.
It’s the most amazing thing how someone can say something rather casually that changes your outlook forever, one that you’ve had most of your life.
Coach Patricia Cage-Bibbs is lifted by her players after winning her 400th game as a head coach. The Lady Aggies won the UNCG Tournament last weekend. MORE ON PAGE 7.
The aroma of yesterday’s lunch meat and overcooked hamburger beefs fills the noses of hungry students.
Flashcards, study groups and critical reading are all part of the typical A&T student’s preparation kit for taking a final exam.
While you were crawling out of that turkey induced coma Friday, Steve Rush and the Aggies traveled to Chicago and left with a 96-93 victory over DePaul.
A loss felt everywhere Washington Redskins safety Sean Taylor, died in the hospital after being shot by an intruder earlier this week. Aggies from the D.C area, like freshman Anthony Patterson, are IN FOCUS and showing their support for Taylor’s relatives, close friends and teammates. Taylor was only 24 years old.
People always use to tell me that traveling opened your eyes to a whole new world. I didn’t fully understand that until recently.