Education

Wake Forest law school dean stepping down next year

    Wake Forest law school dean stepping down next year

Suzanne Reynolds (JD ’77) has announced that she will step down as dean of the Wake Forest University School of Law at the end of the next academic year, effective

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Never give up passion for the arts, speaker tells UNCSA high school grads

    Never give up passion for the arts, speaker tells UNCSA high school grads

Passion, perseverance, resilience and grit were the themes of High School Commencement at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) on May 18.

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First Burke/Joines Scholarship Recipient Graduates

    First Burke/Joines Scholarship Recipient Graduates

Melanie Lara is the first Burke/Joines Scholarship recipient to graduate from Forsyth Technical Community College. Lara, who was awarded the scholarship in 2016 while a senior at R.J. Reynolds High

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Speaker tells grads to be courageous about diversity

    Speaker tells grads to be courageous about diversity

Wake Forest University honored the late Lawrence Joel and heard from Morgan Stanley Vice Chair Carla Harris during its Commencement Ceremony on Monday morning.

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Busta’s Person of the Week: ‘The Million Dollar (Young) Man’

  Busta’s Person of the Week: ‘The Million Dollar (Young) Man’

Trazon Mitchell recently graduated from Stokes Early College High School. He was awarded $1,051,792 in scholarships.

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Make the world better, speaker tells WSSU grads

  Make the world better, speaker tells WSSU grads

Although rain showers throughout the week forced the festivities to be moved indoors, the sun seemed to be shining bright as ever inside the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum last Friday morning as the Class of 2018 from WSSU transitioned to alumni status.

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Local educators join ‘Rally for Respect’

  Local educators join ‘Rally for Respect’

Last week, thousands convened on the state capitol demanding better pay for teachers and funding for state public schools.

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Carter G. Woodson honors a founding member

  Carter G. Woodson honors a founding member

Members of the community put on their dancing shoes and danced the night away last weekend during the 21st Annual Black and White Gala. 

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Early College of Forsyth County kicks off 2018 graduations

  Early College of Forsyth County kicks off 2018 graduations

More than a dozen high school students and their loved ones became very familiar with the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial

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Cook Literacy Model School students show off talent with 1st May Day event

  Cook Literacy Model School students show off talent with 1st May Day event

With temperatures in the mid- to upper 90s last week, students, teachers, faculty, staff and parents at Cook Literacy Model

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