SGA spreading the ‘juice’

I understand the flavor of the “Juicy Campus” week events and I appreciate that SGA is trying to fix the problem, because the gossip site has gotten completely out of hand. However, I have to wonder whether confronting the issue will actually help the situation, or just bring more attention to it.

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Enduring the holidays without gaining holiday pounds

Over the next two months of November and December, thousands of Americans will come together all over America to see loved ones for the first time in a while, and most of all, eat big home-cooked meals. 

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AGGIE BASKETBALL PREVIEW

When head coach Jerry Eaves first arrived to North Carolina A&T, his job included reviving a basketball program that suffered a tremendous downfall from its glory years.Slowly but surely the Aggies showed signs of improvement as Eaves eventually pulled together a squad that would give them their first back-to-back winning seasons by his fourth year.

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Pressure to be the best

Why do we put so much pressure on ourselves to be the best? Of course, we should all try to be the best we can at anything, but does that mean expecting to always be number one?

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Residents inspect charred Calif. homes

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Smoky skies cleared and once-whipping winds slowed to a standstill Tuesday, as another wave of those who fled Southern California’s ferocious weekend wildfires prepared to sort through the remains of their homes.Three fires have destroyed nearly 1,000 homes and apartments and burned 42,000 acres, or 65 square miles, forcing thousands to flee.

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Students share views on femininity and masculinity in forum

A mixed crowd of males and females as well as graduates and undergrads gathered in Stallings Ballroom Monday evening to take part in the Femininity and Masculinity forum hosted by Ms. Beta Epsilon of the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity, Ngozi Opara, and Rodney Montgomery, Mr. History Club.

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Pres. Bush wants to stem holiday season flight delays

WASHINGTON (AP) — Anticipating another holiday travel crunch, President Bush said on Tuesday that his administration was taking steps to prevent frustrating flight delays during the busy Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday seasons.

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Poli Sci students get family reactions to historic elections

President-elect Barack Obama’s victory was celebrated all around the world. In countries like Nigeria, Brazil and Japan, his triumph has already begun to bring people together. In America, A&T students are at the forefront of history by documenting this event. With the help of modern technology via Blackboard, students enrolled in Dr. James Steele’s Political Science 200, 250 and 445 have engaged in a class-wide discussion board. Steele has asked three of his classes to post the reactions of a close relative on the recent election.

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Paulson opposes ‘Big 3’

WASHINGTON (AP) — Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson told Congress on Tuesday that the administration remains firmly opposed to dipping into the government’s $700 billion financial bailout fund for a $25 billion rescue package for Detroit’s Big Three automakers, no matter how badly they need the help.

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I love ‘Fakesgiving’

Holidays such as, Halloween, Valentine’s Day, Christmas and Thanksgiving all seem pretty shallow. Why? Because it’s based on materialistic value.

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