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Hit makers coming to town

    Hit makers coming to town

Four legendary musical acts will perform Feb. 8 at Reynolds Auditorium, 301 N. Hawthorne Rd. The “70s Soul Train” concert, which will start at 8 p.m., will feature The Stylistics,

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Angelou joins WFU’s call for dignity

    Angelou joins WFU’s call for dignity

Award-winning poet, author and Civil Rights activist Maya Angelou encouraged a standing-room only crowd in Wake Forest University’s Brendle Recital Hall to take individual responsibility for creating a community of

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Place of Rebirth

    Place of Rebirth

Alumni return to successful drug treatment program After decades of searching for fulfillment, Winston-Salem resident Ken Bower believes he has found his rightful place in the world. Bower was tapped

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McCorkle lauded for breaking college’s color line

    McCorkle lauded for  breaking college’s color line

Fifty years ago, James McCorkle stepped onto the campus of Guilford College and forever changed the course of the school’s history. Last week, the Winston-Salem native and retired educator returned

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First black WFU student returning

    First black WFU student returning

In 1962, a Ghana native named Ed Reynolds became the first black full-time undergraduate student to attend Wake Forest University.

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