Leaving Home – An HBCU Story – Part 2 – “First Impressions”

The second installment of “Leaving Home – An HBCU Story,” which traces the journey of a rising freshman as she leaves Los Angeles to attend college at North Carolina A&T University. There is such a juggle of emotions that we all experience during times of transition and growth. We did our best to capture it […]

New mural celebrates students from North Carolina A&T who took part in the lunch counter sit-ins 1960

The mural showcases 40 individuals and more than eight events symbolizing North Carolina’s African American history associated with civil rights, government, business, journalism and education.

NC A&T Professor seeks answers to Alzheimer’s

Since the start of her Alzheimer’s work in 2003, Goldi Byrd, chair of the department of biological sciences at N.C. A&T State University, has studied the science; now she also looks at the social factors and perceptions about health studies in the African-American community.