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Revolutionary Melissa Harris-Perry challenges students to question the status quo Quianne’ Holmes | Staff Writer With mesmerizing dialect, exceptional wit, and womanly poise, Melissa Harris-Perry captured N.C. State students, faculty, and guests Monday night in Talley Ballroom for the commemoration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The audience remained engaged …

MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry to visit N.C. State

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Dr. Melissa Harris-Perry, host of  MSNBC’s “Melissa Harris Perry,” will join the NC State community as it reflects on the life and  legacy of civil rights activist Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. for the 2015 Dr. Martin Luther King Commemoration on Jan. 12. The event is free and open to …

Student Body President responds to student’s racist social media comments

Student Body President Rusty Mau responds to the flurry of online racist remarks associated with N.C. State students that appeared on Yik Yak and other social media sites following  Friday’s die-in and march demonstrations. “I am angered and confused by the ignorance displayed,” Mau said. In a letter to students Tuesday, …

Students mourn and protest injustice

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Hundreds acted in protest to raise awareness  and voice disappointment in the justice system regarding the deaths of Mike Brown, Eric Garner and countless others at the hands of police at N.C. State Friday. | Photos by Cristina Wright &  Jasmine Jack

Big Sean ignites annual homecoming concert

CHRIS HART-WILLIAMS | Editor-in-Chief Students and fans packed Reynolds Coliseum on Thursday for the sold out homecoming concert featuring rap artist Big Sean. Organizers of the annual concert, N.C. State’s  Union Activities Board, also invited T-Pain and Jeremih to open the concert. After the show Big Sean opened up backstage for an exclusive …