“A&T is a part of me.”
“In third grade I told my teacher one day I am going to run for president’ and I kind of stuck with that.”
“Change makes me who I am today. Living in war made me more compassionate.”
My drive is to make sure my peers are knowledgeable so they can get what they need out of the university.”
“I got to learn everything I missed my first two years and I’ve learned to apply it here."
“I asked who designs houses and they told me architects and I said, ‘that’s what I want to do’.”
“Hopefully our research will finally relieve people from the stress of a peanut allergy.”
“The faculty has been offering diabetes education classes weekly. We are trying to meet the clients where they are.”
“I want to be recognized as one of the best players to ever come through college not just HBCUs.”
“I am so glad to be here. I love this place. The university and people in the city of Greensboro have been so nice to me.”
February One Celebration in The Alumni-Foundation Event Center at 6:30am
“Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom” ; General Classroom Building Auditorium (A-218) at 4pm
National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Procter Hall at 5:30pm
Go Red for Women's Heart Health Day; Student Health Center (112 N. Benbow Road), 10am-1pm
Edolphus Towns, a retired 30-year member of Congress, will be the guest speaker Friday for the celebration of the 55th anniversary of the first Greensboro sit-in.
The N.C. A&T Theatre Arts Program has been chosen from over 60 universities to compete at the American College Theatre Festival.
WNAA 90.1 is broadening its reach by joining the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Radio Network.