The Register, 2005-10-05
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we add more sercuity to the brown hall area because students start getting in line to buy tickets bigelow said that they use the same basic plan each year but they adjust the plan to the events taking place during the present year one of the many hassles students said they are concerned with is the traffic problem officials from the office of alumni affairs are informing alumni of street closings avia terry a junior political sci bigelow has three safety tips he would like students to follow don't get caught up in the hype because alumni will come and go they have already graduated he said enjoy your parties but don't let it be your last party go with a friend if you go with a friend leave with that friend traffic around and away from can pus bigelow said see security page 2 third trip to indianapolis for festival a&t makes by chad roberts copy desk chief to victory in indianapolis photo by kenneth cummings/tsu meter a&t improved to 3-0 in the circle city classic with a 16-3 win over tennessee state university defense watkins spark a&t remaking a classic photos by charles watkins students weren't the only a&t there were at least three buses of students and they were loud weitekamp said jeff weitekamp the public rela tions director for the indiana sports corporation said a&t students made their presence felt in indianapolis immediately by chad roberts copy desk chief the aggie fans finally got what they had been asking for indianapolis fans didn't know tsu fans probably didn't care orrick watkins known to most aggie football fans as rico got his first start of the 2005 season in saturday's circle city classic against the tsu tigers it was watkins first start since 2003 when he was named the startin quarterback at midseason and helped guide a&t to the nca playoffs he picked up another win saturday as a&t defeated tennessee state 16-3 representatives to visit indianapolis for the 22nd circle city classic ponce tidwell a&t's alumni representative in the indianapolis black alumni council said it was easy to spot the a&t contingent at the week see city page 3 top the aggie dog greets fans in indianapolis above sga president justin ramey and miss a&t anisah rasheed represent a&t during the parade african symposium a conference of the sbb circle city page u by richard wade contributor curry good media portrayal cobb spoke of the shrinkage o foreign affair coverage in the i europe portray the continent of tarzan to mandela how africa is portrayed in the media journalists from newsweek the washington post the final call and the like dis cussed the way america and . business in the session from said tuesday began with a continental breakfast but quickly turned to all were adamant about the lack of africa the discussion was lead h charlie cobb a corres allafrica.com and gee the editor in chief of the nnpa news service cobb and currv the institute of advanced journalism studies brought africa to the campus of north carolina a&t state university this week the africa symposium can what we don't know about africa hurt us is a three day symposium with various sessions monday's the impact on the teaching pro fession has been profound moten the african diaspora during the dinner session dr sarah moten the chief of the education division of africa bureau for the u.s agency for international development spoke on the topic of the untold story of education in africa rosa whitaker president and ceo of the whitaker group led the discussion on debt relief while melvin foote president and ceo of constituency on africa talked of sessions included topics such as can debt relief ignite africa's economic engine and the role of the african diaspora in the renaissance of africa inside news national news features sports expert discusses fall fashion aggies win big in indiana the a&t register box e-25 1601 e market st 2005 greensboro nc 27411 newsroom 336 334-7700 e-mail email@example.com exhibit opens in univeristy gallery miers appointment causes uproar in congress today slight chance of rain high 78Â°f low 60Â°f october 5,2005 jeezy jrom entrepreneur to rap r regi campus police ready for homec the by lenita williams contributor we use twice as much security at the stadium as we do for any other bigelow said for the game day one event one day at a time down into stages we have to take homecoming for us is broken both students and alumni safe homecoming that should keep chief of police curtis bigelow has a security plan in place for that's not a bad thing for police because we had to block those roads off anyway and divert plan on campus the closure of a portion of bluford street between benbow and laurel due to construction work will help with the traffic things happening on campus police officers will also assist with the homecoming parade we start doing a little more foot chief bigelow said that since the step show and the concert are being held off campus they will help the police staff to focus on game the extra security helps out with traffic problems they also have more foot patrol during the home coming football game patrol around that thursday or friday because alumni start coming on campus bigelow said we try to be more visible he said campus news 2 hbcu news 4 world/national news 5 entertainment 7 5 features 8 business 9 editorial 10 sports 11 and the large disparity between cov erage of african and european news at the roundtable discussion one of the questions up for discussion was can it be attributed to racism with the majority of the american journalists in the room responding yes and those from sea symposium page 3 stay safe â€¢ never walk alone â€¢ be alert â€¢ be aware of your surroundings â€¢ park vehicle in well lit and busy area â€¢ report suspicious persons and activities source residence hall 3b0iwww aggies try to be next idol by natalya monah contributor hopes of becoming the next american idol brought many aspiring stars to the greensboro coliseum on oct 3 anticipation of the auditions for the show's fifth season became the main focus for those this weekend american idol is a reality show that searches for the next big superstar while showcasing their ' talent to america and beyond after making its debut in 2000 the show became one of the high est rated shows on television the heart of prime time television registration for auditions began on oct 1 and ended oct 3 before auditioning those interest ed in participating had to print out a release form which con tained material such as the depic tion of a person can be used to defame embarrass and/or expose public ridicule candidates began lining up 6 a.m but were not let in the build ing until 8 a.m registration included turning in the release form showing two forms of identi fication and obtaining a wrist band with a numbered ticket no one was able to enter the audi tions without a ticket renada whiting a sophomore graphic communication major said she and her friends arrived at die coliseum at 5 a.m to register for auditions there were 300 peo ple in front of them on audition day many people would find out if they were chosen o move on to the next round rhe doors did not open until ibout 8:30a.m whiting said that when every one was seated a producer came sea hol pane 3
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