One Student’s White House Invite
When Migela Evans first visited the campus of North Carolina Central University, it was purely by chance.
“My parents and I were touring colleges and I was set on attending Hampton University. We were traveling back home to Charlotte and my mother suggested we stop at NCCU while we were traveling through the area. We came off the highway, down Fayetteville Street and there was NCCU,” said Evans, whose parents are both HBCU graduates.
Meet Stefan Weathers
BY AYANNAH CRAWLEY
“I originally didn’t want to attend an HBCU,” said Stefan Weathers of Charlotte. Ultimately, N.C. Central University’s mission, its high ranking among public HBCUs with U.S. News & World Report and his own desire to “get to know professors and immerse myself into the school and culture” lured Weathers into the institution and has fueled his work as a student leader.
“I love students and the mission to cultivate the mind and give opportunity fueled a love, want...