Aggies gathered on the north steps of the Memorial Student Union Saturday afternoon for an Obama rally featuring Kevin Liles, hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons and Jay-Z.
PERUGIA, Italy (AP) — A lawyer says an American student and her former boyfriend will stand trial in the killing of a woman last year in central Italy, and an Ivory Coast national has been convicted in the death.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens was convicted of seven corruption charges Monday in a trial that threatened to end the 40-year career of Alaska’s political patriarch in disgrace.
For my fall break, I had the opportunity to travel to New Orleans, Louisiana and help the citizens who have yet to recover from the devastation due to Hurricane Katrina. I could have simply gone home, gone on vacation, or just rested, but I felt the need to serve, and to do it on a national level.
KUWAIT CITY (AP) — Kuwait moved Sunday to prop up the country’s second-largest commercial bank and scrambled to protect depositors at other domestic banks, dashing hopes the oil-rich Arab Gulf would emerge largely unscathed from the global financial crisis.
A true asset and influence to the university, Linda Bailey, textbook manager, has come to the end of her tenure at A&T. Bailey will be retiring at the end of the month on October 31, 2008. She worked for the state of NC for about 12 years and A&T for 22 years.
Relaxation, sleep, a break from school; all of these words describe what a typical fall break should be for an A&T student, but this year a group of A&T students decided to sacrifice their break to help out others.
LONDON (AP) — World stocks took another beating Monday, although some markets showed resilience by bouncing off session lows, as global economic gloom darkened investors’ outlook.
Collaboration of the Divine Nine talks about the Black Greek ConferenceTo comprehend, collaborate and communicate are the three goals of The Miseducation of the Black Greek Conference. The conference will be held on Nov. 14 and 15 at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, VA. Attorney Rasheed Ali Cromwell, the executive director of the Harbor Institute and conference coordinator, Tammy Futrell, have been working together for approximately eight months to make this conference a great success. Even though this is the second of these conferences, this one will be different than the previous which was held on March 8. This educational and cooperative program will involve leaders of the Divine Nine, HBCU collaboration, paid services and developmental seminars.
As the first day of on campus voting began in the Dudley multipurpose room on Saturday at 10 a.m., registered voters came to cast their ballots for their choice of candidates. “I got up early just so that I could get a good place in line to vote. Since turning 18, I knew that I had to be a part of this historical event in history,” said Marissa Evans, sophomore journalism major from Dallas, TX.
From rumors about not being able to not wear candidate paraphernalia to the voting sites to disenfranchisement due to home foreclosure—some are finding more and more reasons not to vote. As it may seem that everyone is on the bandwagon to the polls, some feel that their vote won’t really make a difference.
Drug ViolationOctober 24th, 1:0 p.m. Morrow HallA female student and a non-university related male were arrested and charged with felony drug violations. The female and male were transported to jail, processed, and given secured bonds. There were no injuries were reported.TrespassingOctober 25h, 2:30 a.m. Barbee HallA non-university related male was charged with trespassing and carrying a concealed weapon. The male was transported to jail, processed and given a secured bond. The two other males were trespassed from campus. There were no injuries reported.Alcohol Violations October 26th, 12:20 a.m. Barbee HallTwo male students were charged with alcohol violations. The two students were issued citations and released. There were no injuries reported.