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New Director of HBCU initiative by: Brittany Price

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The White House just announced their new HBCU Initiative Director after months of leaving the position vacant.  At the White House Summit for Black Colleges on Sep. 18, 2017, it was revealed that Johnathan M. Holifield, an ex-NFL player for the Cincinnati Beng... More »

How to Get Around Without Transportation

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By Shelby Graham Contributor   Here at NCAT, freshmen are not allowed to drive during their first semester here if they live on campus. This is to ensure that students maintain a proper GPA requirement of 2.0 before they are permitted to drive. Many stude... More »

How to Secure an Internship

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By Dericka Stinchcomb Contributor   Attaining a college degree opens numerous doors of opportunity. However, a degree alone is not enough to make employers hire job seekers. When employers are looking to hire new employees they search for potential employ... More »

The Importance of Being Involved in College

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By Dericka Stinchcomb Contributor   From the time students begin their university careers they are taught to focus on their grades. Although grades are extremely important, it is also important for students to be involved on their respective campuses. Bei... More »

Budget-friendly things to do in Greensboro

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By Shelby Graham Contributor After a long week of classes, do you ever find yourself wanting something fun to do but you’re short on funds? Trust me you’re not alone. Many students and sometimes even myself find it difficult to find fun things to do that aren’... More »

Tips to new students

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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 colle... More »

Managing jobs and school

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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 profe... More »

OSA kicks off summer with cookout

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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 t... More »

Remembering Deirdre Cherie “D Cherie” Lofton

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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 ... More »

CEO FUBU visits A&T

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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 bu... More »

Aggie Night Live

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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 h... More »