Leaving Home – An HBCU Story Part 5. – “A New Day”
Leaving Home – An HBCU Story – Part 2 – “First Impressions”
The second installment of “Leaving Home – An HBCU Story,” which traces the journey of a rising freshman as she leaves Los Angeles to attend college at North Carolina A&T University. There is such a juggle of emotions that we all experience during times of transition and growth. We did our best to capture it […]
[Black History] A Brief History of North Carolina A&T State University
N.C. A&T was established as the A. and M. College for the “Colored Race” by an act of the General Assembly of North Carolina ratified March 9, 1891.
New mural celebrates students from North Carolina A&T who took part in the lunch counter sit-ins 1960
The mural showcases 40 individuals and more than eight events symbolizing North Carolina’s African American history associated with civil rights, government, business, journalism and education.
1st annual HBCU NFL Combine
“By hosting an HBCU Combine, our goal is to bring increased recognition to HBCU football programs and amplify the number of HBCU players on NFL rosters.”
NC A&T Professor seeks answers to Alzheimer’s
Since the start of her Alzheimer’s work in 2003, Goldi Byrd, chair of the department of biological sciences at N.C. A&T State University, has studied the science; now she also looks at the social factors and perceptions about health studies in the African-American community.
NCA&T Student Leaders reject rap concert artists due to lyrical content
Gucci Mane & OJ Da Juiceman Concert Because Of His Gang-Related Lyrics! “Rappers Affiliated With Gangs Shouldn’t Have Been Scheduled”