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  • Jan 28 2015

    Nobel Peace Prize nominee asks, “Is it justice, or just us?”

    Quianne’ Holmes | Staff Writer   It’s not often you get the opportunity to be in the presence of someone who was nominated for a Nobel  Peace Prize.. N.C. State faculty and students had the opportunity to meet and listen to Mandy Carter and other qualified individuals in a panel discussion on Friday. Carter, a […]

  • Jan 28 2015

    Hip-Hop & Higher Education

      ALFRED ANDERSON | Staff Writer   Hip-Hop, a genre that prides itself on rags to riches ideology, has played host to numerous artists that discovered their niche and achieved success in non-traditional ways.   These artists were not just gangsters and thugs that grinded their way to the top, but individuals that were smart […]

  • Inclusion Act
    Jan 28 2015

    Not Swayed

    Students plan to push SGA to pass Inclusion Act   CHRIS HART-WILLIAMS | Editor-in-Chief  More than a dozen students from different multicultural organizations met on  Sunday afternoon to plan next steps to get Resolution 68 passed, a bill created to spread awareness of micro-aggression and structural inequality at N.C. State.   Resolution 68, also known […]

  • right
    Jan 14 2015

    Where do we go from here?

    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 throughout the entire presentation often […]