Posts From Layla Garms

Saluting Women

    Saluting Women

YWCA honors local heroines The YWCA of Winston-Salem honored seven of the city’s leading ladies during the agency’s 2013 Women of Vision Awards on May 16. “Your leadership and work in

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Tomorrow’s doctors hear from Angelou

    Tomorrow’s doctors hear from Angelou

The Wake Forest University School of Medicine Chapter of the Student National Medical Association honored some of its rising stars Sunday evening. The 19th Annual SNMA Medical Excellence Banquet attracted

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Chief finalists make their debut

    Chief finalists make their debut

City residents had their first opportunity to interact with Winston-Salem’s next police chief on May 21, during a public forum with the three finalists for the position at City Hall.

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Professor’s story proof that all is possible

    Professor’s story proof that all is possible

Dr. Nkrumah Lewis, a Winston-Salem State University professor and author of “Becoming a Butterfly: From Prison to Ph.D.,” shared lessons from the School of Hard Knocks and the wisdom of

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End of Long Road for Eure

    End of Long Road for Eure

WFU professor/leader retiring after nearly 40 years Dr. Herman Eure shattered the glass ceiling at Wake Forest University 39 years ago.

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HAWS readies for changes

    HAWS readies for changes

Feds may implement time limits for public housing residents High Point native Tiffaney Jackson has seen her share of struggles.

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Johnson: Social capital could change fortunes of the poor

    Johnson: Social capital could change fortunes of the poor

Building social capital – or community connections and friendships across lines of race, class and neighborhood boundaries – is especially

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Students will spend part of summer in Haiti

    Students will spend  part of summer in Haiti

UNC School of the Arts music majors Rachel Norris, Sean Mulligan and Daniel Simms are preparing for an unforgettable start

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Looking Back

    Looking Back

Residents point to significant local black history events over the last 100 years The city’s four-day Centennial Celebration, which began

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A Sweet Dream Come True

    A Sweet Dream Come True

Girl, 9, opens downtown store Nine year-old Elasya “Bird” Jessup is downtown Winston-Salem’s newest entrepreneur. Elasya, a third grader at

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