It’s about that time again. Classes have ended, packing has begun and the class of 2008 is graduating.
With an official installation, the three-day celebration of A&T’s 11th chancellor, Chancellor Stanley Fred Battle, came to a close on April 25 in Corbett Sports Center.
1. Anybody get maced this weekend?
Dreams do come true.
Police responding to a suspicious activity call found the body of an A&T student early Saturday morning.
While people were dressed in all white at Music City dancing to hit songs and breaking a sweat, other people were outside and irritated that their purchased pre-sale ticket was worthless.
The problem of rising gas and food prices has had the global community starving for an answer to this growing problem in recent years.
Are you thinking that urban chic boutiques only reside in large cities like Atlanta, L. A. Or New York? Or how about they’re so high priced you’re scared to even touch the clothes?
The road has not been very friendly to the Aggies this season.But for A&T’s final home game, War Memorial Stadium was not quite the friend it has been in the past either.
There it sat empty and yellowing, its role being more eye sore than center of campus life, then one day out of nowhere, the water was on again.
The endless discussions of how to “save” our black people are just that, endless. I recently attended a forum on campus where Olen Gerald, an A&T police officer, spoke briefly on the rights of the police and citizens who touched on the situation dealing with the incident in with Sean Bell who was shot 50 times by the NYPD.
In an effort to encourage students to use hip hop culture to create awareness and share knowledge, A&T student Julian Summers, put together a program called “Hip Hop’s Renaissance” on Thursday, April 17, 2008.