Michael Cartwright's Portfolio

A Salisbury, North Carolina native who was reading on a fourth grade level at age three. From elementary school, Cartwright became in tune with sports, entertainment and pop culture. Cartwright had his own sports career up until college and a current music career. Upon attending North Carolina A&T State University, Cartwright readily recognized his knowledge of the media world. Today, he is an honors senior Multimedia journalism student who wants to be an entertainment agent.  Cartwright's work is a true reflection of his passion of amplifying and advocating for the culture around us.

About Me

I am Michael Cartwright,  a graduating senior multimedia journalism student at North Carolina A&T State University. I am an honors student with a 3.48 grade point average. I am a transformational leader, as I believe in inspiring and aspiring to make a difference within my work space. Journalism and media is my way to advocate for others with effective communication and amplify the culture around me. My credentials are as follows:

Professional Experience: 
- Lead Reporter for theYARD section of A&T’s newspaper, “The A&T Register.” 

- Entertainment Anchor for A&T’s news station, “Aggie News.” 

- Camera Technician for Aggie News

- ZS Consultant Intern

- Bogues Group Intern

- Sideline Reporter for cu360

Aspirations: I aspire to work as an entertainment agent with a juris doctorate degree as well as a law license. I want to help curate the culture of the entertainment industry with the contracts, brand deals and business ventures my clients will indulge in.

Contact Me

LinkedIn: Michael Cartwright

Twitter: @themichaelcart

Blue and Gold Table Talk Recap | The A&T Register

The Blue and Gold Table Talk took place Oct.2 in the Deese Ballroom. The students of N.C. A&T used the opportunity to get off Sidechat and hash out their thoughts and ideas about campus in person with A&T faculty and leaders.

The event was prepared by the Student Government Association Student Body President, Jasmine Amaniampong, with the help of the Ujima Administration. This event allowed students to talk to the leaders of various departments across campus to voice their questions, issues and

VMAs 2023: Do It for the Culture | The A&T Register

Millions tuned in this past Tuesday for pop culture’s biggest night for music and music videos. Many artists, producers, directors and public figures were in the building to take their win and enjoy the show.

MTV’s 2023 Video Music Awards was a show that could not be missed. The night consisted of many surprises and jaw-dropping performances, including an iconic tribute to the 50th birthday of hip-hop. The award show was hosted by the hip-hop queen herself, Nicki Minaj.

There are no VMAs witho

Justice Delayed is Justice Denied | The A&T Register

A fight for justice was underway Thursday evening just up the road from N.C. A&T. Livingstone College, an HBCU located in Salisbury, North Carolina, hosted a panel regarding national bail reform and over policing.

The event was sponsored by Equal Justice Now, a nonprofit social welfare organization that advocates against false arrest, unreasonable diction, wrongful convictions, and incarcerations of our citizens.

Students, lawyers, advocates, victims, and families all gathered at Varick Audito

History in the Paintings: Jaylen Brannon’s artwork takes Greensboro’s African American Atelier | The A&T Register

When it comes to Black history at N.C. A&T, the culture is embedded within the university, and it fuels the success of the students that are creating their own legacy each day.

Charlotte native Jaylen Brannon, a junior visual art and design student is making his own legacy, taking his artistic talents to the African American Atelier.

The budding young artist participated in this year’s Black History Month exhibition, under the theme of “Black Resistance.” But his journey as a visual artist beg

New HBCU Bobble Head Series: A Game-Changing Winner Out of the Park! | The A&T Register

N.C. A&T continues writing their Black history by being the newest addition to the HBCU Bobblehead series produced by the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum. The museum is located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and is run by CEO Phil Skylar.

The Aggie bobble head stands and shakes tall with a #43 Basketball jersey joins twelve other HBCU bobbleheads such as North Carolina Central University, Howard University and Norfolk State University.

“We know these bobbleheads, which celebrate the rich
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