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    Feb 26 2015

    OPINION: Combating thoughts & beliefs, the new battlefield

    Jillian Smith | Staff Writer Black news has encompassed a variety of matters within the past couple of years. In 2012, we lost Trayvon Martin and the man that killed him was acquitted. Voters’ rights legislation was an ongoing issue throughout 2013 as a limitation on the usable ID threatened to take away the rights of […]

  • Media tycoon Rupert Murdoch addresses a session of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos January 24, 2008.   REUTERS/Denis Balibouse   (SWITZERLAND)
    Feb 25 2015

    Fox News: friend or foe?

    Jillian Smith | Staff Writer Fox News, an affiliate owned by Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox media company, has a long-standing history of conservative right-wing opinions. Murdoch, born in Melbourne, Australia was raised in the United States, proudly achieving what some might consider “the American Dream.”  In the years since, Murdoch created News Corp., his media […]

  • Irwin Holmes, the first Black student to receive a bachelor’s degree from NC State and integrate the Atlantic Coast Conference sits with junior and AYA Ambassador Brayndon Stafford, before the African American Cultural Center’s 2014 Living Legends program honoring Holmes.
    Feb 11 2015

    Groundbreaking Black Athletes to Remember

    Caslee Sims | Staff Writer When most think of the history of N.C. State athletics, they are reminded of things such as Riddick Field, the former home of the Wolfpack football team, or Reynolds Coliseum, the house that Everett Case and Kay Yow built. Important figures such as Presidents have been in Reynolds and it was […]

  • Proponent for Resolution 68, Desmond Sellman a senior in communication and president of the Kappa Xi chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. gives a presentation about campus diversity on the floor of Student Chambers.
    Feb 11 2015

    SGA passes Inclusion Act

    Chris Hart-Williams | Editor-in-Chief Following strong support from student supporters Resolution 68 became the first of its kind to be passed in Student Senate. Senators voted to pass Resolution 68, also known as the Inclusion Act, during its second meeting of the semester on Wednesday, Feb. 3. “Before the bill I felt like every other […]