Category

theCULTURE

Home » theCULTURE

62 posts

Bookmark?Remove?

Aggie alumna lands internship at Twitter by Zila Sanchez

-

For 24-year-old Diamond Young, Class of 2016, Twitter was not an expected career opportunity. In fact, her place in the mega-company is the result of a little luck and a lot of perseverance. From June 1 through Sept. 1, 2018, Young will intern as the company’s... More »

Bookmark?Remove?

Allison Gilmore, a change on the ‘hill’

-

Allison Gilmore realized she had a passion for politics right before the election of President Trump in 2016. Initially an international studies student, Gilmore realized the need for more Black communicators in media; she understood the lack of visibility and... More »

His reality becomes art by: Sage Wallace-Williams

-

In the deepest moments of sorrow, the most beautiful revelations can be discovered. For freshman visual art design student, Robert Xavier art became his paradise to escape life’s turmoil. From organizing his own art show to being asked to contribute to a... More »

Bookmark?Remove?

Being black and studying abroad

-

By: Denver Regine Lark It is said that the lack of minorities that study abroad is slim to none. Is there any truth to this? Well yes. Since studying abroad, I have seen this to be very true. Only 5% of students who study abroad are black according to the Inst... More »

Bookmark?Remove?

Yes, Black people go camping by: Alonzo Clark

-

The N.C. A&T Recreation Center screened a new mini documentary for students on Feb. 28 in Proctor Hall. “An American Ascent” tells the story of the first all-black team of mountaineers hiking North America’s highest peak known as Mount Denali in Alaska. N.... 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?

Aggie publishes new novel by: Cameron Rivers

-

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 »

Bookmark?Remove?

Keep Searching By: Krystal L. Hall

-

  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 »