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Aggie publishes new novel by: Cameron Rivers

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Juankerra Sanders, a psychology student from Plymouth, North Carolina, recently newest novel.       Her new novel “The Last Straw” is a short, nonfiction mystery that captures the lives of four African-American teenagers. Outside of their high school, the grou... More »

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Keep Searching By: Krystal L. Hall

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  You will find someone… eventually, Someone you can be with sequentially. You will find someone… seriously, Someone who will attract you mentally. You will find someone… unintentionally, Someone who will grasp you mesmerically. You will find someone… ble... More »

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Theatre programs opens musical this week

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The North Car­olina Agri­cul­tural and Tech­ni­cal State Uni­verisity The­atre de­part­ment will pre­miere their last show of the se­mes­ter, “Sanc­ti­fied” on Thurs­day, Nov. 30, 2017, at 7:30 p.m. in the Paul Robe­son The­atre Sanc­ti­fied,” tells the story ... More »

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My name is not a number by: Patrick Battle

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Although in this society, the security says otherwise My name is not a number A position shouldn’t make you More better Or more clever We all are human look to your left and right We all can breathe So put 2 and 2 together My name is not a number I am no... More »

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Pretty Woman by: Khalia Powell

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Dear, Pretty Woman Don’t you dare look into the mirror and judge yourself. You are not defined by the weight on the scale, or by the shade of your skin or the color of your hair. You are a goddess, so wear what you wear. No matter if you’re tall or short, rich... More »

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Aggie baker starts business

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Khadijah Bridgers, a senior journalism and mass communications student, launched her first business, KB Sweet Treats, earlier last month and it has already began to gain attention with many on-campus. Born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, Bridgers moved around a lo... More »

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Aggie creates innovative merchandise

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On June 17th, 2017, Elahna Green posted a picture of her hand-painted jean jacket to display her jubilance for attending North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University in the fall.  The jacket image went viral on Twitter and N.C. A&T students... More »

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Aggie market celebrates beauty by: Raven Tyler

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The annual Aggie Market Fridays (AMF), hosted by the Student University Activities Board, took place on Oct.20, 2017 in front of Williams Dining Hall. This event helps to gives Aggies of any classification the opportunity to promote and sell their products on ... More »

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Greensboro pride brings diversity

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The 12th annual Greensboro Pride festival was held from 11AM-5PM on Sept. 16, downtown on South Elm Street. The event is a celebration of the trials and triumphant that many in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, intersex, and asexual/a... More »

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Greensboro’s fantastic four by: Blair Barnes

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Marcus Williams, a professional illustrator and comic book artist from Atlanta, was asked by a comic convention organizer to create an illustration inspired by the Greensboro Four. The illustration showed the men sitting down with their shadows in front of the... More »

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Aggie designers launches empire by: Raven Tyler

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Desiree Monique Hedrick, a senior fashion merchandising student at North Carolina A&T State University (N.C A&T), has a passion for fashion. Born and raised in Greensboro, Hedrick grew up in a strong Christian family who have encouraged her to continue... More »

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SGRHO celebrates 95 years

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The Gamma Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. (SGRHOS) hosted their annual founder’s day program on Nov. 8, 2017, in the Dudley Multipurpose room. This year’s celebration was particularly special for the SGRHOS as they commemorated on “95 years of pure go... More »