Blood drive fails to draw in crowd

Exhibit Hall was filled with a mix of phlebotomists — people who draw and process blood and nurses on Thursday, as the Red Cross Club hosted the third blood drive for the 2011-2012 school year.

N.C. gets power line boost

RALEIGH— Duke Energy and Progress Energy said Monday they’ll spend $110 million to build new power transmission lines or enhance existing ones in a third bid to get approval from federal regulators for a merger creating the largest U.S. electric utility.


Panelists discuss hazing culture

The International Civil Rights Center and Museum along with N.C. A&T held a program on Saturday entitled, ‘Hazing: A Membership Ritual or Human Rights Issue?’


Trayvon Martin’s murder is bigger than racism

As many of us have been made well aware of, on Feb. 26, 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was found shot to death in a community in Sanford, Fla. Since then, the story has gained a lot of national attention from people all over the country. Racism and a lack of justice seem to be the central theme that has angered thousands of people all over the nation.


Food, music, candy, and your SGA votes

Even though SGA elections are postponed to Monday, April 2, contributor Lilliane Long feels students should not be bribed with the free food and performances to vote for someone but have your own thought process


Ask A Black Guy

How do you feel about girls who go through their man’s phone?