Paging the Chanel’s

By Janay Boone Managing Editor  In the Scream Queens season 2 premiere, we said sayonara to Sorority Row and hello to a hospital purchased by former Dean Munsch (Jamie Lee Curtis) who wants to fill it with former students and a couple of new hires. Those new and handsome hires include icy Dr. Cassidy Cascade […]

Fox’s Pitch hits home run with debut

By Janay Boone Managing Editor  Mo’ne Davis took the world by storm at the Little League World Series. Two years later, television has finally made a show about women in baseball. Fox’s Pitch stars Kylie Bunbury (Under the Dome) as Ginny Baker, the first female baseball player to make it to the major league. Baker’s […]

T.R.U. GANG’S very own: B.R.A.$.$

By Robert Sneed  Register Reporter On the campus of North Carolina A&T State University there are many students who rap and make Hip-Hop music, or at least try to. With all the aspiring artists of today, one in particular is currently experiencing “the come up.” His name is Nicholas Jeffers a.k.a B.R.A.$.$ — a junior […]

NCAA strips games out of Greensboro

By Jocelyn Jones Contributor In the past week, the NCAA, along with the ACC, pulled championship-sporting events from North Carolina due to House Bill 2. The North Carolina legislature and Gov. Pat McCrory were warned back in March during the final four by the NCAA: if there was no action on repealing the bill, then […]

Inside the Locker Room : Football Edition

By Janay Boone  Managing Editor    Fun Facts: 1. Name: Jeremy Taylor 2. Major: Computer Engineering 3. Classification: RedShirt-Junior 4. Spare-Time Activites: Fellowshipping with my Fraternity Brothers of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. 6. Favorite NFL Team: Carolina Panthers 7. Motto: Consistency. “The true sign of a champion, is someone that can repeat his/her performance day […]

Hampton vs N.C. A&T Preview

By Dominique Moody Sports Editor The North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University’s football team is ready for the prime time matchup against Hampton University. The Aggies are recovering from a hard-fought 58-21 loss against Tulsa University at H. A. Chapman Stadium. The Aggies have won their last two following a bye week. The Aggies […]

Golf team makes historic debut

By Dominique Moody Sports Editor The North Carolina A&T women’s golf team made history this month. The first ever golf tournament was completed on Tuesday September 13, 2016 at the par-72, 6,178-yard Drake Creek Golf Course hosted by Murray State. The two-day tournment consisted of  54-hole event, Aggie Athletics’ newest varsity program finished 10th. The […]

Can protesters go too far?

By Jazmine Devone Word Editor  “Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly… The right applies to protests, marches and demonstrations… counter-demonstrations, ‘sit-ins’, motionless protests etc. The right only applies to peaceful gatherings and does not protect intentionally violent protest,” according to Liberty Human Rights. Therefore, is it safe to conclude that rioting is […]

Interview job couture

By Dominique Faison Register Reporter   With a new job or internship on the line it is vital that you dress the part as well as impress various employers. Some may have a wardrobe equipped with work-appropriate attire, ready for the work place. Everyone has to build a wardrobe from scratch, or very close to […]

Fashion Killers

By Brodrick Williams Register Reporter   Rihanna  Rihanna, 28, the Barbadian mega star’s first, middle, and last name is fashion. We all love to see ‘Bad Gal RiRi’ in her infamous instagram pictures when it comes to style. Rihanna has a collaboration with Puma, where she has her only collection called FENTYXPUMA on Wednesday, September 28, Rihanna […]