Rod Broadway, A&T’s head football coach, has been coaching football since the late seventies. He began his career as the defensive line coach at East Carolina University.
KABUL, Afghanistan— As the United States begins the major phase of its withdrawal from Afghanistan, military officials say equipment and vehicles are moving out of the country briskly but that planning the final details has been complicated because negotiations with the Afghan government have stalled over how many American troops might remain.
Recent controversy with New York radio station Hot 97 and long time DJ Mister Cee, have drawn attention to the ongoing discussion of Hip Hop versus homosexuality.
WASHINGTON— The banner ad atop the website features a wide-eyed baby cradled in an adult’s hands with the words, “Did that special vacation for two end up producing a third? Castle Payday has life’s unexpected expenses covered.”
DURHAM — Police shot and killed an armed man who came onto North Carolina Central University’s campus after he exchanged gunfire with officers, the public university said Tuesday.
In 1999, Amadou Diallo was killed in the Bronx N.Y. for pulling out his wallet to show police that he was not an alleged rapist.
NAIROBI, Kenya— Authorities said they were going floor by floor through a darkened, smoldering mall early Tuesday as they searched for remnants of a team of attackers that had seized the building, and that they believed all those trapped or held hostage had been freed.
North Carolina A&T hosted its first farmers market on Saturday. The school became the first HBCU to host an on-campus farmers market. Kayla Harris and the Honors Program initiated the market for A&T.
WASHINGTON— As the father of two college-age kids, Rob Harris knew that finding money to pay soaring tuition costs wasn’t going to be easy. Reluctant to saddle himself or his children with loans, the 55-year-old product development manager from Kansas City, Mo., tapped another source: his retirement savings.
ISLAMABAD— Two suicide bombers attacked a Christian congregation in the northwest Pakistani city of Peshawar at the end of Sunday worship services, killing at least 78 people and critically wounding 120 others.
Sometimes, I think that those in governing positions get bored. What happens when you are bored? You do unintelligent things (make unintelligent decisions).
By 2016, college students and citizens in North Carolina will have to adhere to new policies in regards to voting.