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    Oct 24 2012

    Shelia E. Rocks Stage for Aggies

    *This article was contributed by the A&T Register and is the first in our new section, Campus Connections, which will seek to provide Nubian Message Readers with a sense of what is happening on Historically Black campuses* Brie-Anne Robinson| Staff Writer The A&T Register  Rock, rock, holly rock, everybody wanna holly rock,” screamed fans as […]

  • Christopher Lynn
    Oct 23 2012

    The Haute Seat

    Christopher Lynn | Staff Writer Social networking outlets are at an all-time high in popularity in the African-American community right now. The one currently sweeping the nation is called “Instagram.” Instagram is a photo-sharing social network that launched about two years ago. In September of this year, it was reported that Instagram had about 100 million […]

  • Oct 23 2012

    The Fraud Surrounding Voter Fraud

    DeErricka Green | Staff Writer A billboard that has been spotted in African American, Hispanic and low income neighborhoods of Cleveland, Milwaukee, Cincinnati, as well as parts of Pennsylvania reads, “Voter fraud is a felony! Up to 3 1/2 yrs and $10,000 fine.” Voter fraud is essentially as rare as being struck by lightning, or witnessing a […]

  • Oct 23 2012

    “Un-Tapped” Resources

    Robert Marshall | Staff Writer Celibacy is one of those terms that is often used and misused, misinterpreted and miscommunicated. For some it is simply abstaining from sex until marriage, while for others it is a temporary decision; just waiting for someone who “feels right.” There remains another small faction, though, to which celibacy bears […]