Update: Two Aggies fatally shot Sunday morning

By Christyna Sommerville and Jana Shaw Register Reporter and Editor-in-Chief  Two Aggies are dead after being shot early this morning (Oct. 2) at an off-campus party, police said.  Officials say Alisia Dieudonne, a 19-year-old sophomore computer science major from Homewood, Ill., and Amhad Campbell, a 21-year-old junior agriculture and environmental systems (agribusiness and food industry […]

Fashion Killers

By Brodrick Williams Register Reporter   Rihanna  Rihanna, 28, the Barbadian mega star’s first, middle, and last name is fashion. We all love to see ‘Bad Gal RiRi’ in her infamous instagram pictures when it comes to style. Rihanna has a collaboration with Puma, where she has her only collection called FENTYXPUMA on Wednesday, September 28, Rihanna […]

Tink – Winter’s Diary 4

By: Chantel Chung Tink is back! If you haven’t heard of Tink yet, take this as a formal introduction. Just one year after being the most talked about upcoming artist, Tink is back with her new mixtape. At twenty-one years old, recording artist and Timbaland’s protégé showcases her talent by writing genuinely soulful songs, which […]

Mental Health in the Black Community

By: Jazmine Devone “According to the Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health, African Americans are 20% more likely to experience serious mental health problems than the general population. Common mental health disorders among African Americans include: Major depression [and] Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)” according to National Alliance on Mental Illness. Being aware of our mental health in the black […]

Black Girls Rock program honors students and faculty

In an effort to showcase extraordinary women on North Carolina A&T State University’s campus, The Ladies of Excellence hosted their very own Black Girls Rock program.   The Ladies of Excellence is an organization whose purpose is to promote business etiquette, professionalism, and leadership in womanhood while giving back to the community. The event had […]