Aggies remember Dr. Tracey Snipes

Tuesday morning word of Dr. Tracey Booth Snipes’ death spread throughout N.C. A&T’s campus. Snipes, lost her battle with kidney cancer late Monday night. Snipes was an adjunct porfessor of speech language pathology at A&T who taught five courses in the department.

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Lookbook for ladies: The Scene Edition

Ladies, spring is finally here. The weather is getting warmer, materials get thinner, and shorts get shorter. This year, fashion week’s designers presented the hottest trends to make sure you ladies turn heads this spring. The Scene is here to share the top 5 styles with you and where you can find these styles at an affordable price. This season’s overall trend is fashionista on a budget. Whether it is a hot shoe, bold accessory, or an unexpected material or print, you do not want to be caught in last seasons drab. The key to any trend is to make it your own. Take a look at these great trends from your favorite stores like Forever 21, H&M and Asos.com.

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20 Questions

1. Who is excited about probates this week? 2. So many people have been M.I.A., right? 3. Who is trying to get chosen for next year’s line? 4. What about those people who probate from the crowd ? 5. Who doesn’t know not to wear Greek colors to a probate if you are not affiliated? 6. Who’s salty because your friend made line but you didn’t? 7.What about the people who express interest in the crowds? 8. Do you think no one can hear you? 9. Who’s going to be thirsty for the neos? 10. How much did you spend to make gifts? 11.Do you think that got you a vote? 12. How many of you all have been practicing your Greek alphabet for a while? 13. Who is really going to probates to learn names? 14. When probates are over do you think you will get your friend back? 15. How many people are going to act brand new? 16. Did KKPsi really have set in GCB? 17. Are the Deltas going to stampede through Holland? 18. Do you have to be greek to be in SGA? 19.Didn’t the K’s look young? 20. Are the Ques going to start throwing parties again?

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C. African Republic president overthrown by rebels

BANGUI, Central African Republic — Rebels overthrew Central African Republic’s president of a decade on Sunday, seizing the presidential palace and declaring that the desperately poor country has “opened a new page in its history.” The country’s president fled the capital, while extra French troops moved to secure the airport, officials said.

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Do not expect widespread backlash on new gay policies

Court decisions sometimes spark dramatic political backlashes. Brown v. Board of Education, which struck down school segregation laws in 1954, temporarily retarded progressive racial reform in the South and advanced the political careers of racial extremists. Furman v. Georgia (1972), which strictly limited capital punishment, increased support for the death penalty, and Roe v. Wade (1973) catalyzed a powerful right-to-life movement. The Massachusetts Supreme Court’s 2003 ruling in favor of marriage equality led 25 states to enact constitutional amendments barring it.

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