January 2009

All posts published in January 2009

50 posts



A smile.For all of those who had ever met Dennis Stuart Hayle, a smile was remembered. A smile that people seemingly couldn't keep from their faces while talking with him, and yet he apparently couldn't keep from his face when interacting with others. His s... More »

When will it end?


Going to bed this past Saturday, tired from a long and hectic week, I didn't really have a lot on my mind for once. It had been a week like many others, full of meetings, deadlines, homework and trivial things. You know, business as usual. It was almost as ... More »

Lady Aggies remain unbeaten in conferences


Seniors Amber Bland and Brittanie Taylor-James continued to lead the Lady Aggies though the MEAC conference as they soundly defeated Winston-Salem State in Joel Coliseum on Saturday.     The guards clicked and scored 53 points on 20-34 combined shooting as ... More »

Letter from the SGA President


Aggie Family, It is with a heavy heart and somber minds, that we acknowledge the passing of Mr. Dennis Stuart Hayle, a 22 year-old senior here at the university. Dennis warmed our hearts with his huge smile and endearing laugh. We are comforted by our many ... More »

New exhibit features several A&T artists


The University Galleries are unveiling a new exhibit entitled "Coming by Force, Overcoming by Choice," opening Friday in the Dudley building. An opening reception hosted by the University Galleries will take place in the Multipurpose Room on the first floor... More »

15 years later, Civil Rights museum still in planning


February 1, 1960 will forever be remembered as the day that Aggie freshmen Ezell Blair, Jr., David Richmond, Joseph McNeil, and Franklin McCain entered the F.W. Woolworth store and sat at the whites-only counter.They subsequently sparked a protest movement ... More »

Aggies batter rams before dogbite


North Carolina A&T men's basketball team saw victory on the road for the first time this season with a 73-60 win over the Winston Salem State Rams Saturday night at Lawrence Joel Coliseum. Saturday's game marked the 86th meeting of the Aggies and the Rams; ... More »

Our last goodbyes to Dennis Hayle


It is such a tragedy to lose a great advocate of Aggie Pride this past weekend and it's a great loss to A&T. I didn't know him that well, but what I did know is that he had an uplifting spirit that touched many students. Dennis Hayle has made such an impact... More »

February One prep begins


    The A&T Four is a fundamental part of Aggie history and there are some annual events being held this week to commemorate their historic accomplishments. On Feb. 1, 1960 four freshmen, Ezell Blair, Jr. (Jibreel Khazan), Franklin McCain, Joseph McNeil and... More »