Month

September 2012

All posts published in September 2012

104 posts

Televised game kicks off conference play

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Tomorrow the Aggie football team will open conference play with a televised game on ESPNU against the Bears of Morgan State. This game will be the first televised football game for the Aggies since Oct. 28, 2010 when they lost to Bethune-Cookman 67-17.

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Medication costs more

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CHARLOTTE (AP) — Large nonprofit hospitals in North Carolina are dramatically inflating prices on chemotherapy drugs at a time when they are cornering more of the market on cancer care, an investigation by two newspapers has found.

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Are you locked in?

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N.C. A&T Athletics Department has developed a new promotion technique to get fans, students, and alumni locked in with Aggie Athletics. Taking the interlocking logo for A&T gives the university uniqueness that no other school has.

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So what’s wrong with us?

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As the first installment of its series entitled Re Up: Taking Our Power Back, the N.C. A&T collegiate chapter of the NAACP hosted the program ‘What’s Wrong With Us?’

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Designers show up at Emmys

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The Emmys red carpet was once considered the minor leagues, with big-name designers saving their most prized couture creations for film stars to wear at the Golden Globes and Academy Awards.

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Candidates target Latino voters

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WASHINGTON– Mitt Romney appears to be banking this week on Latinos having short-term memories unveiling a softer tone on immigration during the Republican presidential candidate’s strongest push yet to cut into President Barack Obama’s commanding lead for t... More »

Obama heads to United Nations meeting

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NEW YORK  — President Barack Obama will use an address Tuesday at the United Nations to press back against Republican criticism that he’s mishandling the U.S. relationship with Israel, two weeks after tumult in the Arab world thrust his handling of foreign ... More »