On March 1, students and faculty at A&T participated in a walk out demonstration. Followed by a political rally in front of Williams Dinning Hall, Aggies united in protest against the recent appointment of Margaret Spellings as president of the UNC system. Several schools in the UNC system also held demonstrations to voice their concerns with the new UNC leadership.
On Thursday, Feb. 25, 2016, Chancellor Harold L. Martin grabbed his vest, hung up his picture and began his shift as a Resident Assistant in Blair and McNeil Halls.
As the newly elected University of North Carolina system president walked into office on Tuesday, March 1, North Carolina A&T faculty and students participated in a walk out.
Corbett Sports Center, aka, “The Dawg Pound” for a long time has been known as one of the toughest gyms to play in, within the MEAC conference. On game nights, it was the place to be. Corbett was the place where all the Aggie students came out to enjoy a good basketball game and at […]
The Aggies could end their regular season with a strong win against N.C. Central, if they play just as they did in the first matchup.
Although the Lady Aggies are coming off of a loss against Bethune-Cookman to end their six-game winning streak, they proved to be superlative after facing arch-rivals, the NCCU Eagles earlier this season.