The Register, 2003-03-17
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sharonda eggleton/photo editor by tiffany s jones register contributor last election season there were only two candidates who battled for the crown this year is unique because there are six candidates bidding for the the race to be miss north carolina agricultural & technical state university is always one that is the most talked about when voting most stu dents look at the candidates back ground service to the campus and community and prospective platform but with six candidates running for the crown the decision is going to be tough recently a&t's campus has become plastered with flyers banners and posters asking students to cast their votes on march 26 but perhaps the most common signs on campus read vote miss a&t next year all sga positions are open from president to miss sophomore the east market street development corporation or emsdc and the stu dents of the construction management and safety students within n.c a&t's school of technology have teamed up to work on a community project together they will be conduct free home inspections and rehabilitation estimates for houses in the east market street corridor jim donnelly of the emscd will be working with a&t students among other goals they hope to improve the housing stock and some neighborhood houses around the a&t campus donnelly said he also said the project will be a good learning expe rience for the students involved plans for the project have been under way since late last year donnelly said but officially began in february as of now they have made 18 inspec tions in the jonesboro scott park neigh borhood and students are now writing up the estimates of the repair work we still have a lot of work to do donnelly said we will be wrapped up by the end of this semester but it is only a small piece of the overall hous ing plan we are real excited about the work that we have done with a&t and we look forward to continuing to work with the university to get the east market corridor back to looking how it was donnelly said for more information on the emsdc please log on to http://www.graphicaweb.com/ems/in dex.htm dudley products cfo offers students advice eunince dudley cfo of dudley products inc was the guest speak er for the center for student success leadership development and success seminar held march 6 in hodgin hall auditorium crown those candidates are junior electronic media major danya bacchus virginia junior agricultural engineering major amber a bowling greensboro jun ior business administration/finance major jocelynn e jacobs junior agricultural engineering major norlyque jones maryland junior fash ion merchandising and design major cornelia mccombs greensboro and junior marketing major kimbedye n worth soul city nc these ladies cover all aspects of cam pus life with majors that vary from engi remaining seminars are scheduled for each thursday at noon throughout this program invites leaders to share their experiences enforce leadership and empowerment graham said these seminars are a part of the freshman studies course that is given out through css the coordinator of the success seminar series is academic counselor anthony graham the spring semester has ushered in a series of leadership development and success seminars sponsored by the center for student success please see dudley page 3 please see miss a&t page 10 index news 2-3 e-vibes 6-7 opinion 4-5 sports 8-9 ex-coach works to give athletes bill of rights page 9 state university north carolina a&t the register www ncatregister com copyright 2003 jet propulsion at a&t accused 9/11 planner studied monday march 17 2003 volume 77 no 17 sports/e-vibes editor by chris wallace gence mohammed was captured in pakistan march 1 by u.s and pakistani inteui agents u.s officials called the fbi's list and had a 25 million reward on his head i couldn't believe it but obviously it was true under way miss a&t bid for khalid shaikh mohammed a graduate of n.c a&t and suspected master mind of the sept 11 2001 terrorist acts took courses here in thermody namics according to david klett a about 30 percent of our mechanical engineering students were from the middle east and i probably taught him mechanical engineering professor at the university that branch of physics cov ers the fundamentals of jet engines propulsion chemical reactions and combustion reaction thermodynamics and likely more cours es recalled klett who said he was mohammed's student advisor those things that he learned in thermodynam ics would be useful to someone plan ning an attack it came as a real surprise to learn that one of our graduates was among the 10 most wanted terrorists on please see accused page 3 gain hands-on expenence students by kitara garner register contributor by jameya porter register contributor with n.c a&t's student government association elections approaching most people are running around campus in a frenzy debating who they will elect to lead the campus
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