The Untold Story of Black Women in the Space Race

On Thursday, November 10th, the author of Hidden Figures, Margot Lee Shetterly, visited the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to discuss the historical significance of the incredible story being told in her recently published book – an instant New York Times best seller. The chancellor of UNC-Chapel Hill, Carol Fulte, was also ecstatic […]

Which Way Forward?

  Article by: Brodrick Williams During the quake of election night, many people across the nation, including students from North Carolina A&T State University, were in total shock and disbelief about President-Elect Donald Trump’s historical victory. Dr. Michael Roberto took it upon himself to host an event called “Which Way Forward” during his History 103 class […]

Veterans Day Tragedy

                Article by Tishawna Williams Another tragedy struck the campus community this past weekend. A student from North Carolina A&T was killed in a car wreck. According to authorities, 21-year-old Caledin Wylupek, was traveling in the wrong direction on I-40 west bound when he crashed head on into an […]

Memorial For Fallen Aggies

Article by Marilyn Parker Members of the Student Government Association, faculty and staff, and Chancellor Martin gathered at the Deese clock tower to celebrate the lives of fallen Aggies. Those who attended brought tokens to honor those lost students, and were given the opportunity to reflect on the past. SGA President, Jordan Greene, moderated the […]

IMC prepares for collegiate competition

By Shyahna Mills Contributor The IMC/Advertising Class (College of Business & Economics) at North Carolina A & T State University is participating in a global collegiate competition entitled: Peer to Peer–Challenging Extremism.  The students designed an integrated marketing communication plan to counter the negative narrative of those imposing violent extremism. The program is titled, “Let Your […]