Tips to new students

By Shelby Graham Contributor Freshman orientation is here and we, the Register’s summer staff, remember how stressful it can be. So here are a few tips to help you survive your first semester.   Make a friend Don’t think you have to go through college alone. There is someone else just like you on campus […]

Managing jobs and school

By Shelby Graham Contributor Many full-time college students find it hard to balance their academic and work schedules. At times, some are left to choose one or the other. As college students, we deal with enough stress from the work load provided by our professors. This makes it difficult to be eager to go to […]

OSA kicks off summer with cookout

By Cameron Ferguson, Shelby Graham & Zakiyyah Williamston Contributors   The annual Blue and Gold Cookout was held in Moore Gym by the Office of Student Activities at North Carolina A&T on Wednesday, May 24. Students joined faculty and staff for the event, which included a meal and games available for the students to take […]

Remembering Deirdre Cherie “D Cherie” Lofton

By Patrick Battle, Scene Editor Caring, helpful, cooperative, loving, sharing. These are just a few words to describe Deirdre Cherie “D Cherie” Lofton. Greensboro natives will remember her wise and comforting voice from N.C. A&T’s radio station WNAA (90.1 FM) and as an on-air voice for WGMG (97.1 FM). However, journalism students and alumni recognize her […]

CEO FUBU visits A&T

By: Brittany Van Pelt, Contributor FUBU Founder Daymon John kicks off Chancellor Speaker Series Chancellor Martin kicked off his Chancellor Speaker Series this past Wednesday with FUBU CEO, Daymon John. John spoke to a crowd of over a hundred students about building your own empire. “I attended because I respect Daymon John as businessman and investor. […]

Aggie Night Live

Aggie Night Live held its final show for the year April 29 in the Harrison Auditorium. The audience was laughing, screaming and clapping for what the cast had to offer. It was great entertainment to sit through even with air conditioning issues. For over two hours there was no seat that was empty. During the […]

Interview with Willie Grimes Family

By Tishawna Williams, online editor and Jana Shaw, editor and chief On May 20, 1969 20-year-old Willie Grimes was killed in the crossfire of the 1969 Uprising. Grimes was a sophomore at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. Grimes was not the only student shot but was the uprising’s only casualty. Grimes’ killing is […]

Shooting At Pride Hall

By Dante Miller, Yard Editor Twenty-five-year-old, Vic Kimeko James, was found with a gun shot wound in a car in front of Pride Hall on April 20 around 11:30 pm to midnight. According to Captain Nathanial Davis, there were two women involved – one was a student and the other was not – and they […]

The Fight for Unalienable Rights

By Brittany Van Pelt, Register Reporter North Carolina’s Republican lawmakers introduced a bill this week that would outlaw same-sex marriage in the state. The proposed House Bill 780 (The Uphold of Marriage Act) would restore the state’s constitution on gay marriage before it was overturned federally by Supreme Court in 2015. House Speaker Tim Moore said that […]

Reserves Housing Troubles

By Chyrée Counts and Akiva’ Rooks The Reserve Greensboro, student apartments for University of North Carolina at Greensboro and North Carolina Agricultural and Technical University, has had an issue with their hot water for almost a week. N.C. A&T students Akiva’ Rooks, Shentil Martin, and Charisma Shields were the only residents who were affected with […]

HB2 vs. HB142: What’s the difference?

By Brittany Van Pelt, Contributor House Bill 142, which was signed into law late last month by Governor Roy Cooper, repealed North Carolina’s controversial House Bill Two law. Yet, many have been asking if the law really holds significant change. HB2 * Required transgender people to use the restroom that corresponds to the sex on their […]