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W-S Zeta branch gives scholarships at luncheon

    W-S Zeta branch gives scholarships at luncheon

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Winston-Salem branch of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., the Rho Zeta Chapter, recently held its annual Pearl Anna Neal Scholarship Luncheon at South Fork Church

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Ewing’s $5 million gift to UNCSA will be lead gift in upcoming fundraising campaign

    Ewing’s $5 million gift to UNCSA will be lead gift in upcoming fundraising campaign

Photo by UNCSA  SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE A $5 million pledge from Chancellor Emeritus Alex Ewing will serve as the lead gift in a comprehensive fundraising campaign by the University

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Deltas make pillowcase dresses for ‘Little Dresses for Africa’

    Deltas make pillowcase dresses for ‘Little Dresses for Africa’

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE “Changing lives one little dress at a time” proclaims the tag line on the Little Dresses for Africa website and represents Winston-Salem Chapter of Delta Sigma

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Forsyth Tech team takes first place in national innovation competition

    Forsyth Tech team takes first place in national innovation competition

Submitted photo SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The National Science Foundation (NSF) has announced that a panel of expert judges selected Forsyth Technical Community College’s team of nanotechnology students as first

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WSSU ranked No. 4 in North Carolina for ROI

    WSSU ranked No. 4 in North Carolina for ROI

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE According to an analysis by PayScale Inc., creator of the largest database of individual compensation profiles

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Chronicle wins at 2016 NNPA Merit Awards

    Chronicle wins at 2016 NNPA Merit Awards

PHOTO BY WALI PITT CHRONICLE STAFF REPORT HOUSTON – The Chronicle won four awards, including one first place, during the

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Marching against Veterans Affairs privatization

    Marching against Veterans Affairs privatization

Photo by Todd Luck Protesters from HARRY Community Veterans Outreach, American Federation of Government Employees and A. Philip Randolph Institute

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Summer program to stem aggression kicks off locally

    Summer program to stem aggression kicks off locally

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Gentleman’s Quorum Inc. recently launched its PLAAY (Preventing Long-Term Anger & Aggression in Youth) summer program. 

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New officers to start terms with N.C. Association of Educators

    New officers to start terms with N.C. Association of Educators

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE RALEIGH  – Mark Jewell, currently serving his second term as vice president of the North Carolina

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Letters to the Editor

    Letters to the Editor

SPEAKING of MONSTERS To The Editor: Human nature today is no different than it was in the beginning. That includes

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