Month

March 2018

All posts published in March 2018

17 posts

Dear student public officials…

-

BOARD EDITORIAL Our last paper featured grading of the executive board of Student Government Association (SGA). To do this, we sat as an editorial board and thoroughly examined the SGA’s constitution along with any relevant documentation provided by each elect... More »

Bookmark?Remove?

Colorism: poison for our people by Christopher Samuel

-

Colorism is an epidemic within the black community. The fact is: there are some black people who hold prejudice against other black people simply because skin tone. African-Americans are no longer the dominant minority, and this does not help in the act of com... More »

Bookmark?Remove?

2018-2019 SGA Results

-

Run-off elections will take place April 4th from 8am-6pm     SGA Executive Board:  SGA President: Delaney Vandergrift Ms. A&T: Run-off between Kamaria Bush and Jada Brown Mr. A&T: Run-off between Derek Edwards and Kendall Mack VP-Internal Aff... More »

Empowering Latinas across campus

-

Being confident is a process that sometimes takes time. Sometimes it takes a long time. These women have shared their stories,   and gaveLatinas some words of wisdom when it comes to finding who they are supposed to be. The event, “Yo Soy Latina: Life Lessons ... More »

Bookmark?Remove?

2018 Founders Day Convocation

-

The 2018 Founders Day Convocation was held on March 22, 2018, commemorating N.C. A&T’s 127th year. It was held in Harrison Auditorium from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and was presided by Chancellor Harold L. Martin. Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor for Academi... More »

Bookmark?Remove?

LegalShield takes NCAT by: Akilah Kafele

-

College students all over Greensboro are joining a marketing business called “LegalShield,” with opportunities to earn commission on each membership sale made by just making one sale per month, average commission opportunities start at 230 dollars. According t... More »

Bookmark?Remove?

DeVos’ reputation struggles

-

Betsy DeVos’ “60 Minutes” interview on March 11 was supposed to patch up her bad reputation. Instead, many critics say the Secretary of Education proved her ignorance on the nation’s educational needs.   During DeVos’ interview with Lesley Stahl, she disc... More »

Bookmark?Remove?

Ask a black girl by: Elijah Gibbs-Jones

-

    QUESTION: What is your favorite thing about being a black woman? Answer 1: “Being a black woman is so empowering. We go through so much but it only makes us stronger and unique. I’m extremely proud to be one!” Answer 2: “My favorite thing about b... More »

Achievements made by black women by: Taylor Morris

-

Women have always had the hardest time in society trying to gain rights for themselves especially when it comes to pay, achieving success, or even trying to voice their opinion on topics such as politics. With movements like the “MeToo” or “Black girl magic,” ... More »