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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 »

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Folk Festival brings culture to Greensboro

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The 77th Annual National Folk Festival took place for the third year in Greensboro this past weekend. The three-day, outdoor event, which usually amasses over 175,000 spectators each year, included multicultural music, arts and crafts, food, storytelling, and ... More »

DJ Lowkey: Profile by: Breeana Draper

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Jaikeim Mosley-Williams was raised in Bertie County, North Carolina where hard work was instilled in him by his parents and grandfather at a young age. As he got older, football became a huge factor in helping to foster discipline as well. “In Bertie, you have... More »

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Study Abroad Fair provides opportunity for Aggies

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The annual Study Abroad Fair, hosted by the Office of International Affairs, took place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sep. 12, 2017 in the Academic Classroom Building. The Office of International Affairs ensured that many booths and tables were set up for students... More »

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Theatre program premiers new play

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North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University’s Theatre program premiered their first production of the school year, “Mississippi Born and Bred” on Oct. 19, 2017. “Mississippi Born and Bred” is the original creation of Theatre Director, Dr. Darius... More »

Jazz comes to Aggieland by: Amanda Crumbley

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The Lyceum Series at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University continued with a performance in Harrison Auditorium by jazz artist, Jesse Hamilton Jr. The Philadelphia native delivered a variety of familiar tunes and genres to the audience in h... More »