Month

May 2009

All posts published in May 2009

11 posts

Chancellor Battle set for teaching at A&T

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The resignation of Chancellor Stanley F. Battle surprised many on campus, but don't say goodbye to Battle just yet. An article in the May 2 News & Record says that The UNC Board of Governors will vote on a resolution that will allow current Chancellor Stanl... More »

Mexico says flu ebbing, lowers alert level

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MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexican officials lowered their flu alert level in the capital on Monday and said they will allow cafes, museums and libraries to reopen this week. World health officials weighed raising their pandemic alert to the highest level.

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Three Aggies earn MEAC titles at Outdoor Championships

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The North Carolina A&T track and field team placed first in three events Saturday afternoon at the MEAC Championships completing historic careers for seniors Alexandria Spruiel and Loreal Smith.Smith won her fourth overall track and field MEAC title in the ... More »

Letter to the editor

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The First Baptist Church of Apple Street would like to express its gratitude to a few young men who attend your institution. They were well mannered, interesting and smart.

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A few final words for A&T

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What am I going to do without A&T?  I sit here writing my last official contribution to the A&T Register wishing I had enough space to offer more of my thoughts than just a simple goodbye.  I wish I had time to talk about everything that was good and bad ov... More »

Students give back for internship

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Selected students from the Criminal Justice department used the Welfare Reform Liaison Project, here in Greensboro, as a means to fulfill their internship requirement before graduating.The internship was created by Dr. James P. Mayes, a professor in the Cri... More »

My last farewell with The A&T Register

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In all my years at A&T, I have never walked into a lobby and saw students reading the paper. I have never seen copies of the paper running out in a matter of hours and people would find me and ask, "Where can I get a copy of last week's issue?"

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Time to make that move

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It's kind of weird to be sitting in the newsroom right now, knowing that this is my last day in the spot that's been my office, my second home, my sanctuary and my hideout for the better part of five years.

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