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    Oct 15 2014

    Tenise Taylor: Raleighwood to Hollywood

    NIA DOAKS | Managing Editor Tensie Taylor, a 2009 graduate of N.C. State, has been steadily achieving success and making strides since her time at the undergraduate level. Along with earning her master’s of education and moving to California, Taylor has had the opportunity to network with many A-list celebrities, be on the Wheel of […]

  • Dr. Kelley
    Oct 15 2014

    One-on-one with Historian Dr. Kelley

    Professor & New Assistant Dean in CHASS QUIANNE’ HOLMES | Correspondent  Dr. Blair Kelley is a woman of many endeavors. Recently named Assistant Dean for Interdisciplinary Studies and International Programs for NC State University’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Dr. Kelley has been at NC State since 2002. She is also an associate professor […]

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    Oct 15 2014

    This day in history…The Black Panther Party was founded by college students

      On this day, October 15, in the year 1966 two college students, Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seales echoing the words of rapper Rakim, “thinking of a master plan” formed the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense.What later became known simply as the “Black Panther Party.” From 1966 to 1982 the paramilitary-style political organization’s main […]

  • Oct 15 2014

    Emerging Artist, Alum shares latest collection

        J. Stacy Utley highlights an economic and political issue currently facing cities throughout the country. Utley’s latest collection is inspired by Gentrification and currently on display in the African American Cultural Center Gallery in the Witherspoon Student Center. His collection is entitled “Any City, AMERICA,” it opened on Monday, Oct. 6. Gentrification is […]

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