Month

February 2018

All posts published in February 2018

12 posts

Because Aggies Do….Bowl by Kendall Rooks

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The Lady Aggies have won their fourth -straight MEAC South title after dominating the competition this past weekend.         The Lady Aggies Bowling team is aiming to end its season this year at nationals, aftera heartbreaking loss last year at the Mid-Eastern... More »

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Lamar Raynard: A man on fire by Bradford Brooks

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If you didn’t know who  N.C. A&T quarterback Lamar Raynard was  before the 2017 season, chances are, you do now. Before the 2017 football season started for the Aggies many people outside of Greensboro believed that this team wouldn’t be able to keep... More »

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Expensive taste on a budget: The Remedy

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  By: AMANDA CRUMBLEY The glitz and glamour that surrounds New York Fashion Week is hard to look past and not feel like your wardrobe needs updating. The week-long celebrity-studded event influences people around the world and turns heads for many reasons... More »

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New Aggies, Same Dominance by Chris Samuel

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  Coming off an historic 12-0 season with a Celebration Bowl win, the North Carolina A&T football team is showing no signs of slowing down. Head coach Rod Broadway did retire after the bowl win, but plenty of new faces will help make sure the Aggies r... More »

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Aggies show improvement this season by TyRel Thompson

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The men’s basketball team of North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University is rolling into midseason in stride. The Aggies are 15-11 overall (8-3 in conference play), coming in at number two in the current Mid Eastern Athletic Conference s... More »

The person you met online by: Tyrisha Irwin

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According to “The Evolution of the Internet,” written by Kate Mannix and Sean Hall, the internet is “revolutionized the way in which we stay connected on a daily basis.” Today, we not only look to the internet for efficiency in receiving and sending informatio... More »

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The history of HBCUs by: Na’eema Jakes

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Historically Black Colleges and Universities were established in 1837; these institutions were made for the betterment of black people. The sole purpose was to give African Americans the education they could not get at predominantly white colleges due to the v... More »

President SOTU provides hope

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In his first State of the Union address, President Trump reiterated to the American people the importance of nationalism while upholding the core principles this country was founded on. The main theme of President Trump’s speech was “building a safe, strong, a... More »