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February 13th, 2013

All posts published on February 13th, 2013

35 posts

Hot spot restaurants for valentines day

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The first Valentine day hotspot for dining is located in Downtown Greensboro. Tavo Restaurant & Tavern greets patrons with renaissance and French themed paintings, dim lights, and elegant fabric covering each booth.

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SOS: Saving Ourselves

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The purpose of SOS is to get the student body to participate in an educational experience that is needed for Black History Month. The past two weeks  themes were “The Beginning” hosted by African Aggies and “ The Deception” hosted by the 910 Aggies.  ... More »

The Ultimate Gentlemen Series

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Every year the reigning Mr. A&T hosts a week of programs geared towards the males of the university.  This years programs, “The Ultimate Gentlemen Series” lasted for 3 days.

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Kilo Kish Review

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Florida native Kilo Kish is a 22-year-old songstress who currently resides in New York. Kilo Kish may be most known for her frequent collaborations with Odd Future. Her latest release is an EP entitled “K+.” The EP is a blend of smooth melodic flows, hip-ho... More »

Thriller Leaves Audiences with Mixed Side Effects?

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Valentine’s Day is literally right around the corner moviegoers, and “Side Effects” is a definite must-see to put a little spice in the night.  The wildly- twisting thriller hit theaters last Friday, Feb. 8, 2013, starring Jude Law, Rooney Mara, Ch... More »

United Nations condemns North Korea nuclear test

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BEIJING – Hours after carrying out a nuclear test in defiance of international warnings not to, North Korea warned Tuesday that it will take new unspecified actions if the United States doesn’t curb its hostility toward the rogue nation.

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Is homophobia another excuse for discrimination?

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There are many aspects of gay culture that go unnoticed or ignored. Please allow me to enlighten you. Cultural diversity cannot be ignored and each culture deserves attention and acknowledgement by the public. So here is your personal serving of gay, hot an... More »

Fear of assassinations haunt Egypt opposition

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BAMIYAN, Afghanistan — In the cave-dweller’s community called Patokhlama, on a cliff face a few hundred yards east of the niche that once held the smaller of the two Bamiyan Buddhas, is a tiny school built partly into a cave, with a small dynamo of a teache... More »