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Davis Releases Much-Anticipated Shepard Book

    Davis Releases Much-Anticipated Shepard Book

Dr. Lenwood G. Davis, a retired Winston-Salem State University history professor, recently released his latest book, “Selected Writings and Speeches of James E. Shepard, 1896-1946: Founder of North Carolina Central

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Much-Needed Improvements Slated at Diggs

    Much-Needed Improvements Slated at Diggs

[pullquote]We are delighted that we are finally able to pursue some significant upgrades to the facility and much credit goes to Provost Brenda Allen for jumpstarting our recession-stalled renovation plans[/pullquote]For

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Music of the Season

    Music of the Season

D’Walla Simmons-Burke, director of choral and vocal studies at Winston-Salem State University, addresses the crowd during the Dec. 2 “Songs of the Season” concert in the school’s K. R. Williams

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Country artists to present songwriting workshop

    Country artists to present songwriting workshop

The Nashville Songwriters Association and Community Arts Cafe, 411 West Fourth St., will host a songwriting workshop on Saturday, Jan. 19 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Cafe.

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WSSU’s Bristow starring in new film

  WSSU’s Bristow starring in new film

Vonii Bristow, a sport management major at Winston-Salem State University (WSSU), wants to pursue an acting career and that dream

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America’s First Couple welcomes Shiloh’s First Couple

  America’s First Couple welcomes Shiloh’s First Couple

Rev. Paul Lowe Jr., pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church, and his wife, LaGail, pose in the White House in front

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Work of Hispanic artists to be featured

  Work of Hispanic artists to be featured

The Hispanic Arts Initiative’s inaugural exhibition, “Punto de Vista – Latino Perspectives: A Cultural Journey through Art,” will feature the

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A&T, UNCG to hold joint MLK event

  A&T, UNCG to hold joint MLK event

Unity, diversity and fiscal responsibility are the key messages as UNCG and N.C. A&T collaborate on a 2013 Martin Luther

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One to Watch

  One to Watch

UNCSA student taking the world by storm Twenty-one-year-old Allan Washington’s performing arts career is going places, quite literally. Washington, a

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Dance legend says his art speaks to social injustice

  Dance legend says his art speaks to social injustice

Bill T. Jones, an internationally known artist, choreographer, dancer, theater director and writer, visited the campus of Salem College last

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