The Register, 2001-05-07
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tions karl walker senior public rela for one night all differences were put aside and reputations were meaningless the ballroom was crowded with grief stricken students pouring their hearts out to the backdrop of a projector that showed a brutal reminder of the day's the memorial union's starlings ballroom was filled to capacity with stunned and heavy hearts when the student government association held a candlelight vigil in wake of the sept 11 attacks on new york and washington dc sharen scrivea general motors corp this is tragic situation it puts everything into perspective just think about all those peo ple that died this is truly a scary time for imerica our objective now is to try andfind out who commited these acts and punish them to the fullest chase slinkard junior animal sci ence then students were free to express their sorrow through spirituals and comments students also told personal testimony that really tugged at the heart strings of everyone in the ballroom one student spoke of her mom who events the first segment of this heart wrenching occasion was spent with opening remarks from sga president gregory drumwright and ms a&t jeanelle feimster drumwright later introduced dr judy rashid to begin the open forum format before rashid opened the floor she opened with a prayer relations this has to be one time that a<&t comes together we have to keep our focus shakinta johnston senior public please see vigil page 3 aggies seek sharonda eggleton/register staff alexis meneses 19 sings a song of hope as she and other n.c a&t students gather for to pray for those in n.y and d.c jobs at career fair ifeel sorryfor the people involved the gov ernment really has to be careful with who they do business with from this day forth thomas vinson public relations i'm sure that the president will go to dras tic measure to find out who is responsible for the deaths of innocent people calvin ballance cummins inc executive any time a tragedy occurs people have to hang together for support as a nation we will be okay the key is to not panic james armstrong director of dir student services mentary education i feel sad for the people of new york the scary thing for me is that i have a cousin that works in the world trade center building consuela hooks freshman ele this is a wakeup callfor america it's a tragic thing that happened but this lets us know that we need to do something about ter theresa harrison freshman ele mentary education rorism in this country a great high one company that's intensely search ing for young blood is r.j reynolds the tobacco company's hiring rate is at optimism despite the economy's recent woes recruiters approached this fair as business as usual and they are looking for some of a&t's finest and hungriest as prospective employees many recruiters shared feelings of daimler chrysler r.j reynolds and at&t are only a few of the 206 high profile companies featured at the 27th annual career awareness fair held sept 12 at corbett sports center by t.j moore register news editor people we have a large amount of employ ees who fall in the category of age 55 years or more and experience 30 years or more and we have to replace these we're doing a lot of hiring right now because of the attrition rate we are hav ing people to retire early said pam matthews resource manager another company that is maintaining sharonda eggleton/register staff a siemens manufacturing representative talks to an n.c a&t student at the 27th annual career fair yohanze daise junior marketing it seems that everywhere my family is d c and new york they're getting bombed or things something is happening to them i real ly don't know what to say phillip morris is looking for prospec tive employees to ascend the higher rungs of their corporate ladder as we look to the future we look for young bright people to work two to three years in our learning environment our primary purpose of being here today is that we're looking for engi neers said matthews that's a big challenge we open 500 stores a year so it's a challenge no mat ter what the economy is he said when it comes to qualifications the recruiters wanted what suited their needs hard no matter what the mood of the economy one business always has a fight on its hands when it comes to employment walgreen store manager john turner feels that because the com pany continues to build new stores the struggle to find employees is always work as co-op or interns in a learning environment said jim paryear phillip morris representative its order of business is the philip morris co which owns the miller brewing co and kraft products in spite of the economy our compa ny is in good financial shape we have need for young entry-level people to please see career page 3 index 2 e-vibes 6-7 opinion 4 sports 8 news one of the aggies the chancellor moves in page 5 www collegepublisher com atregister north carolina a&t the register state university 0f)1 Â© 0 i hi copyric what they're saying monday sept 17 2001 volume 76 no 1 a campus grieving n.y and d.c terrorists attack by t.j moore register news editor many n.c a&t students found themselves confused and in awe at the disappearance of the world trade center and damage to the u.s pentagon after four planes were hijacked by terrorists and used as weapons of destruction sept 11 2001 9-11-01 will always be remembered as the day america faced lts greatest emergency it's shocking it really makes you think and realise that anything is possible at any time
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