North Carolina’s Transgender law

April 13, 2016 Vector Staff 0

North Carolina’s Transgender Law By Colin Bayne, contributing writer On March 24, North Carolina passed a law that deals with a very common and pressing civil rights issue of our time: the rights of transgendered […]

Politics Blotter: March 2016

March 9, 2016 Vector Staff 0

By Ianiz Patchedjiev The results of last week’s Super Tuesday primaries have given Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton the victories they need to solidify their positions as the frontrunners of their respective parties. However, the […]

Political Update: February 2016

February 24, 2016 Vector Staff 0

By Ianiz Patchedjiev As the Nevada Primary approaches, the Republican candidates increase the intensity of their attacks while the Democrats approach a virtual tie in their polls. With Super Tuesday less than a month away, […]


February 22, 2016 Vector Staff 0

By Shuhrah Chowdhury   On Tuesday, February 9, the president of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), Atiya Harley, an Engineering Technology major, held a Socratic seminar-esque event called #NSBEHonest, where members of the […]

The Aftereffects of the Iowa Caucus

February 9, 2016 Vector Staff 0

By Ianiz Patchedjiev The results of the Iowa caucus set the stage for numerous candidate dropouts and increased confrontations on both sides. With every remaining candidate seeking to bolster their delegate count in the coming […]

How is DJ Khaled So Successful?

February 9, 2016 Prasanna Tati 0

By Prasanna Tati Khaled Mohamed Khaled, popularly known as “DJ Khaled”, is a record label executive, DJ, record producer, and CEO of We The Best Music Group residing in Miami, Florida. For about two months […]

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