Photo by Tevin Stinson Alumni of segregated school look back during their first homecoming BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE After years of discussions and months of planning and preparing, more
- No more ‘stacking and packing’ for ’18
- 14th Street School holds all-class reunion
- Despite rain, over 100 attend Winston Lake Family Day
- With no straight-ticket voting, activists preaching absentee ballots for Nov. 8
- BOE adds early voting sites, but not WSSU
- WSSU welcomes largest freshman class since 2008
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BY TATYANA HOPKINS HOWARD UNIVERSITY NEWS SERVICE CLEVELAND – Republican National Conventions are routinely mostly white. This year’s, however, was remarkably so, particularly according to African-American Republicans, some who complained
Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE Last week city officials and Legal Aid of N.C., a statewide program that provides free legal services in civil matters to