Intersections: Young, Black and Queer

Qasima Wideman | Correspondent The following article is written based on the premise that we are experts in [only] our own experiences. The perspectives expressed below are based on my experiences and those shared by two other queer and Black members of NC State’s GBLT-CA (Gay, Bisexual, Lesbian, Transgender Community …

Black in the Classroom

Caslee Sims | Correspondent It all began in 1954 with the infamous Brown v. Board of Education decision and a subsequent case that would force schools in the United States to desegregate with “a deliberate speed”. Of course, the implementation of this ruling was not one that had been culturally …

STAFF EDITORIAL: MIKE BROWN

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This unsigned editorial is the opinion of the Nubian Message’s editorial board, and is the responsibility of the editor-in-chief.  Six. Six is the number of bullets an American police officer thought was appropriate to fire at an unarmed teen. Its been reported U.S. Navy SEALs used only three to kill …

5 Things You Will NOT Find at N.C. State

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Taari Coleman | Staff Writer 1. A quick bus ride Unless your class is an 8:05a.m., a 3:00p.m., or after 4:00p.m., the streets around and on campus will be crowded. Plan ahead: if you’re going to catch a bus, choose the one that leaves half an hour before your class is …