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WSSU gives students a head start on careers

    WSSU gives students a head start on careers

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle   The days of waiting until graduation to look for that dream job is a thing of the past, says Lamonica Sloan, director of Career

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Big Four Alumni, Urban League unite for service

    Big Four Alumni, Urban League unite for service

The Big 4 Alumni Association and the Winston-Salem Urban League hosted a business attire clothes drive on Friday, Oct. 30 for seniors currently looking for employment. By Tevin Stinson The

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WSSU ranked among top 10 in the nation for improving economic mobility

    WSSU ranked among top 10 in the nation for improving economic mobility

Special to The Chronicle Winston-Salem State University was named one of the top 10 universities in the nation for its contribution toward narrowing the economic gap in the United States.

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UNC governing board discloses pay raises to 12 campus heads

    UNC governing board  discloses pay raises to  12 campus heads

By EMERY P. DALESIO Associated Press CHAPEL HILL — Governors of North Carolina’s public university system awarded pay raises of up to 20 percent to top executives at 12 of

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Infant mortality at a historic low in Forsyth County

    Infant mortality at a historic low in Forsyth County

By Mayeesa Mitchell For The Chronicle Forsyth County’s infant mortality rate decreased in 2014 to 6.4 infants per 1,000 live

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Housing Authority celebrates Camden open house

    Housing Authority celebrates Camden open house

Special to the Chronicle The Housing Authority of Winston-Salem will celebrate the open house of its fourth Step-Up housing location,

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CEO of Winston-Salem Housing Authority testifies on Capitol Hill

    CEO of Winston-Salem Housing Authority testifies on Capitol Hill

Special to the Chronicle   Larry C. Woods, the CEO of the Housing Authority of Winston-Salem, testified on Capitol Hill

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Commentary: Black women should ‘walk the walk’ to survive heart disease

    Commentary: Black women should ‘walk the walk’ to survive heart disease

Cynthia Brown Guest Columnist It is a known fact that heart disease is the leading cause of death; the number

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Commentary: Cooper appears to be dodging debates in gubernatorial race

    Commentary: Cooper appears to be dodging debates in gubernatorial race

By Ken Spaulding Guest Columnist North Carolina Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ken Spaulding held a press conference in Durham on Monday,

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Commentary: WSSU students, parents need security after fatal shooting

    Commentary: WSSU students, parents need security after fatal shooting

The festivities surrounding Winston-Salem State University’s Homecoming weekend were going fine until early Sunday morning, when a student was found

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