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2022 NBA top 5 draft picks

By: Kurtis Alston The last time the Orlando Magic picked first during the NBA Draft was in 2004 when they chose Dwight Howard.  This year, they drafted Palo Banchero from Duke University. Banchero, only a freshman, helped the Blue Devils make a final four appearance.

 Brower Signs With MLB Draft Program

By: Kurtis Alston Henriadam Brower, an alumnus of Voorhees University, has signed a Major League Baseball Draft League Professional Contract to show his skills to MLB teams from July 22 to September 4. He will be playing in the program’s second half, which will award


By: Norfolk State University CENTER FOR MATERIALS RESEARCH Clifford Denize, Doctoral Student at the Center for Materials Science and CREST CREAM scholar, advisor Dr. Messaoud Bahoura, received A $3,000 Academic Excellence Scholarship from the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS)- an organization that provides a

 Aggies Heading to Finals

By: Kurtis Alston Can you say Aggie Pride? On Thursday, Paula Salmon punched her ticket to the 100-meter hurdles national championship. She posted the second-fastest qualifying time (12.68) at the 2022 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships at the University of Oregon. Salmon ran her

CIAA and Visit Baltimore Announce Extension of the Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournament in Baltimore through 2025

By: CIAA Baltimore, MD – Mayor Brandon M. Scott, Visit Baltimore, the State of Maryland, and the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA®), the nation’s oldest historically Black athletic conference, announced today that the Men’s and Women’s Basketball tournament will extend its run in Baltimore for 2024

Big Shoes to fill in Aggieland

By: Kurtis Alston It’s a sad day for the North Carolina A&T State University track and field team. Head coach Duane Ross is departing for the University of Tennessee to become their head coach. He has had a stellar coaching career at A&T. Ross accepted