Charlotte Police Kill Former FAMU Football Player

Jon Ferrell was unarmed when he was shot and killed by Charlotte police, Saturday morning.

Dane McMillan | Correspondent Charlotte-Mecklenburg police gunned down Jonathan A. Ferrell, an unarmed 24-year old, early Saturday morning. He had just survived a car accident and was searching for help when officer Randall Kerrick shot at him twelve times, after a Taser failed to stop Ferrell from approaching. A former football …

Telling the Lion’s Tale

Angela Jenkins, new librarian of the African American Culutral Center Library.

Faculty Profile   Chris Hart-Williams | Correspondent  The African American Cultural Center welcomes a new member to its family Angela Jenkins joined the AACC staff last week as the new librarian of the Reading Room, replacing Carla Sarratt. Not only new to her job, Jenkins is new to the state, having moved to …

NAACP Marches to Governor’s Mansion

Lauryn Collier, Interim President of the N.C. State NAACP, carries a commemorative casket during Monday's protest around the Governor's mansion.

  DeErricka Green | Managing Editor    Monday, Sept. 16, the N.C. State chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People rolled out in protest of the legislative attack on voting rights and public education. The campus chapter, along with the North Carolina NAACP and members of …

Up Cuffed and Personal: The Real Deal Behind Cuffing Season

Sept. 24 is the "official" start of Cuffing Season.

  Eboni Bryson | Correspondent  As temperatures begin to cool down on N.C. State’s campus there are two things on students’ minds: staying warm and finding someone to cuddle with during chilly football games at Carter Finley Stadium. Though many people associate fall with hunting and football seasons, for students looking …