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Former editor makes headlines in Austin

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Not only was Jana Shaw 2016-2017 editor-in-chief for The A&T Register, but she was also the first editor of the Culture section. Check out below as we catch up with Shaw: Why did you decide to major in journalism in college? Shaw: “I am a writer. Telling s... More »

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District 39 resturant on the way by: Arlette Hawkins

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Only graduating four months ago, recent alum, Noyah King, did not wait for the ink to dry on her diploma before making her dreams a reality. Though King earned her degree in Criminal Justice, her entrepreneurial and leadership qualities have always been presen... More »

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Boone sparks theatre program by: Ashton Ross

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Vanecia Boone, an associate adjunct Theatre professor at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University and alumnus was born in Raleigh and raised in Jamestown, North Carolina. Boone, or as some of her students call her “Miss Vee,” has been a perfo... More »

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Meet The Greeks by Arlette Hawkins

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The Divine 9 (D9) wasted no time implementing magnifcent programs for students as the semester winds down. Greek Week 2017 opened with a Meet the Greeks program in Harrison Auditorium on October 24, 2017. Though the weather challenged the event, Harrison still... More »

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Aggies go Eco-Friendly by Raven Tyler

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Antique Love Notions is a Greensboro-based, environmentally friendly company that produces all natural soy candles, body scrubs, soaps, and custom creations upon request.  Founded by Jovane Hairston, a junior social work student and friend Jazzmin W. Johnson, ... More »

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Accidental Artist: Ta’tiaana by Breeana Draper

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Ta’tiaana Watts was born and raised in Alton, Illinois. After marrying her high school sweetheart in 2014, a marine she moved to Jacksonville, North Carolina. When her husband retired from the Marine Corps in 2016, they moved to Greensboro with their now three... More »

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Black Girls Write Too by: D’Nae Wetstone

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“Love’s Garden”, a novel recently published by Junior, Creative Writing student, Naiya Smith, shares her personal journey of growth and growing up.   Writing has been second nature to Smith since childhood. She began writing books in high school. Her insp... 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 »