Posts From Todd Luck

AKAs give back on MLK Jr. Day

    AKAs give back on MLK Jr. Day

Photo by Todd Luck Thousands of donated articles of clothing filled the gym during the Martin Luther King Day event. By Todd Luck The Chronicle The Phi Omega Chapter of

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Public art gets a city-county commission

    Public art gets a city-county commission

Photo By Todd Luck “Together We Rise” by African-American artist Vandorn Hinnant, which was commissioned by the City to honor its centennial, stands in Corpening Plaza. By Todd Luck The

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Volunteers open campaign office for Bernie Sanders

    Volunteers open campaign office for Bernie Sanders

Photo By Todd Luck Volunteers Glenda Wharton, Brian Coletta, Heather Jones, Sam Little and Rebekah Ricardo get  set up for last week’s phone bank. Also pictured in the background is

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Salem College names new diversity director

    Salem College names new diversity director

Above: Hines-Gaither By Todd Luck The Chronicle Dr. Krishauna Hines-Gaither will become Salem College’s first Director of Diversity and Inclusiveness later this year. In an email announcing the position, Salem College

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Candidate Rey tells Democrats Burr can be beat

    Candidate Rey tells Democrats Burr can be beat

Photos By Todd Luck Spring Lake Mayor Chris Rey tells Forsyth County Senior Democrats why he should get Democratic nomination

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Supporters continue fight for Kalvin Michael Smith

    Supporters continue fight for Kalvin Michael Smith

Supporters of Kalvin Michael Smith have formed a website: www.freekalvinnow.org.  By Todd Luck The Chronicle As another appeal was filed in

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WSSU to roll out five-year plan to create state-of-the-art liberal education

    WSSU to roll out five-year plan to create state-of-the-art liberal education

By Todd Luck The Chronicle Winston-Salem State University plans to begin a rollout this month of its new five-year strategic

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WSSU student killed in Raleigh shooting

    WSSU student killed in Raleigh shooting

Above: Kari Watson By Todd Luck The Chronicle Winston-Salem State University is mourning one of their own again after Kari

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Nine black candidates running for N.C. offices

    Nine black candidates running for N.C. offices

By Todd Luck For The Chronicle Voters will have a variety of African-American candidates running for statewide office to choose

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Atkins CDC will run part of Union Station

    Atkins CDC will run part of Union Station

Union Station is a former station that was a automotive repair shop before being purchased by the City. Renovations to

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