A&T End of Semester Paper Trail

The semester has come to an end, now what will you do with all of those papers, projects, posters, and non-returnable books? Reduce, reuse, and recycle them! Many students don’t take an initiative to utilize their resources in order to recycle, but with the Shropshire initiative, recycling can be much more manageable. 

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Check your grill

Recently, two friends of mine had a conversation with me about another of my friends in the cafe. Because I wanted to clear up any misconceptions that they had about each other, I addressed the third person to let her know what was said and ask her if she had any problems with the other two. 

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Police investigating Hampton shooting

HAMPTON, Va. — Believing there was little danger of further violence, Hampton University officials waited nearly two hours to alert students after three people _ including the shooter _ were shot early Sunday morning in the lobby of an on-campus dormitory.

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The new Aggie boost

The Jasmin administration is coming in with goals already in mind, and they aren’t small in nature. Student Government Association President Elect Syene Jasmin says he wants every student to feel apart of SGA. Jasmin calls his strategy the new “Aggie boost,” and he plans to use it to ‘boost’ A&T into prominence.

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Seniors showcase art

An array of imagination surrounded by wandering eyes and peaceful music contributed to the mood that accompanied the Senior Art Exhibition titled, “New Chapters in Creativity.”    

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World governments race to contain swine flu outbreak

WASHINGTON (AP) — Governments are racing to find and contain pockets of swine flu around the globe, seeking to stem both the threat of a pandemic and public panic.”We’re preparing in an environment where we really don’t know ultimately what the size or seriousness of this outbreak is going to be,” U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said Sunday.

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At least two die as storm moves across South

ATLANTA (AP) — A swath of severe weather moved across a storm-weary South on Monday, killing at least two, downing trees and cutting power to thousands of homes.

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Females earn top honors in annual sports banquet

The North Carolina A&T athletics department held their annual sports awards banquet in the Alumni-Foundation Event Center Monday night honoring the top performers for the 2008-09 season.

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Obama promises to fight piracy

WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States is considering new military and diplomatic strategies in the aftermath of the high-seas hostage drama, including adding Navy gunships along the Somali coastline and launching a campaign to disable pirate “mother ships.”

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Aggies hot hitting steals home win

The Aggie baseball team put together a hitting frenzy that stopped a series sweep against the University of Maryland-Eastern Shore Sunday afternoon in their 14-4 victory.

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