Posts From Layla Garms

Freshmen settle-in at Wake Forest

    Freshmen settle-in at Wake Forest

By Layla Garms The Chronicle Wake Forest University has opened its doors for more than 1,200 new Demon Deacons. The freshmen of the incoming class hail from 22 international countries

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Praizing Away the Pounds

    Praizing Away the Pounds

  Dozens of local folks “caught the spirit” last week during an exercise session led by Precious Quire-McCloud at the Miller Park Recreation Center. Her Praize Kraze workouts are designed

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Shortages put Food Bank in crisis mode

    Shortages put Food Bank in crisis mode

  A donation from Food Lion came right on time last week for Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina. The Salisbury-based grocery store chain donated $10,000 worth of

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Substance over Style

    Substance over Style

WSSU alum is achieving new heights, and looking good while doing it    Winston-Salem State University alumnus Donald Cureton Jr. is featured on the latest edition of Charlotte’s The Paradigm Beauty

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Educators have their say in local woman’s film

    Educators have their say in local woman’s film

Americans entrust educators with one of the most important tasks in our society. Yet, when it comes to diagnosing the

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A Touch of Glamour

    A Touch of Glamour

Kids attend ball all of their own  Macayla Butler might only be nine years old, but she’s no stranger to

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Council members dissent, break silence

    Council members dissent, break silence

Montgomery, Taylor believe colleagues should have supported new trial for Smith Winston-Salem’s two youngest City Council members are not pleased

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Police using nontraditional cars

    Police using nontraditional cars

  Drivers could be stopped by blue light-bearing Dodge Chargers     White car, blue and red stripes, light bar… right?

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Black turnout could make or break Obama

    Black turnout could make or break Obama

Black voters turned out like never before in 2008 to help elect the nation’s first African American president. Here, in

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Geeks give tech talk to Girls

    Geeks give tech talk to Girls

A contingent of girls from Winston-Salem and across the state got a crash course in technology last week during the

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