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Editorial: UNC Board appears set on reversing historic gains

    Editorial: UNC Board appears set  on reversing  historic gains

The Republican-controlled UNC Board of Governors appears to be going full-throttle to find ways to dismantle the University of North Carolina system as we know it. A board member told

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A&T is nation’s largest black college

    A&T is nation’s largest black college

Preliminary fall enrollment numbers indicate that North Carolina A&T State University has secured the largest enrollment of a historically black college and university (HBCU) in the nation. N.C. A&T begins

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Locals appear on MTV show

    Locals appear on MTV show

Nick Canon’s “Wild ‘N Out” returned to national television July 2 for its sixth season with help from local talent. North Carolina funny-men Anthony “Chico” Bean and Brian “B Daht” McLaughlin,

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Billion-dollar Aggie

    Billion-dollar Aggie

Magazine: Howroyd achieves business milestone A&T alumna Janice Bryant Howroyd, a longtime member of the A&T Board of Trustees, was featured in Black Enterprise February edition as the first African American

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Top Aggie bowler is an All-American

    Top Aggie bowler is an All-American

(pictured above:  Bowling standout Emily Strombeck.) The most decorated bowler in North Carolina A&T history has done it again. Sophomore Emily

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High hopes for new ICRCM leader

    High hopes for new ICRCM leader

Lacy Ward Jr. has been named the new executive director of the International Civil Rights Center & Museum (ICRCM) in

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A&T professor is another successful PhD Project alumnus

    A&T professor is another successful PhD Project alumnus

After successfully defending his dissertation, “Fair Value Measurements Disclosure: Mandatory Adoption, Valuation and Disclosure Effects,” Dr. Joseph D. Reid received

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Change in GED format may be hinderance

    Change in GED format may be hinderance

In keeping with North Carolina’s adoption of the Common Core State Standards Initiative for students in grades K-12, the GED

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Collins promoted at research firm

    Collins promoted at research firm

Jonathan Collins has been promoted to project coordinator at Gramercy Research Group, where he has been employed since March. He

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Aggies walk for a good cause

    Aggies walk for a good cause

Members of the Twin City Alumni Chapter of North Carolina A&T State University formed a team for the Walk To

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