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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 »

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Residence hall robbery at UNCG

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The Wednesday evening of Jan. 31, 2018, all University of North Carolina at Greensboro students received a Spartan Alert. This alert warned students of a robbery which took place inside of Reynolds Residence Hall on 1206 North Drive. The alert not only warned ... More »

Alleged Sexual Assault on Social Media

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    A student accused a professor of sexual assault in November. The University has attempted to investigate the claims, according to the statement released by the Interim Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Beryl McEwen. While the alle... More »

Deactivated card complaints arise

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The first week of class at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University began with a line formed outside of the Aggie One Card Office, located in the Aggie Dome. Student after student fell into line with very similar complaints; their Aggie One c... More »

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Influential women featured at forum

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The latest Chancellor’s Town Hall featured three influential women on a panel to discuss women’s empowerment with the students of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. Actress Gabrielle Union, attorney and commentator Angela Rye, and jour... More »

Hurricane Maria wreaks havoc

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It’s been a week since Hurricane Maria devastated the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico. With 16 confirmed dead in Puerto Rico and 49 overall in the Caribbean, the past few weeks have been detrimental to the survival of those who live in the Caribbean basin. Hurri... More »

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Internationally informed by: Danielle Faison

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The International Program and Chancellor Harold L. Martin are providing students the opportunity to take full advantage of seeing the world by expanding student’s minds, broadening their horizons, and expanding their resumes, all while earning college credits.... More »

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ΦΒΣ: Queens of Soul by: Elaijah Gibbs-Jones

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Family, friends, and students gathered in Harrison Auditorium to witness the crowning of the 2017-18 Miss Phi Beta Sigma and Royal Court on Nov. 3, 2017. This year’s pageant emphasized that the fraternity was searching for their Queens of Soul. The Miss Phi Be... More »

Special forum: sexual assault by: Elaijah Gibbs-Jones

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The Chancellor’s Special Forum on Sexual Assault was held on Oct. 17, 2017 in the Academic Classroom Building (ACB). The forum discussed the variety of ways students, faculty, and staff can become more aware of sexual assault incidents on campus. The event als... More »

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Mass Shooting in Sutherland Springs, TX

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Nov. 5, 2017 in Sutherland Springs, Texas, a mass shooting at First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs occurred, taking 26 lives, and leaving 20 injured. Texas governor, Greg Abbott, called this the worst mass shooting in state history. Church service starte... More »