(pictured above: WSSU Photo WSSU DPT students pose after their recent White Coat ceremony.) The lack of African Americans in Winston-Salem State University’s three-year-old Doctor of Physical Therapy program caused a
Goodwill Industries of Northwest North Carolina’s Fourth Annual Youth Job Fair was well-attended. Held Thursday, May 22 at Goodwill headquarters on University Parkway, the job fair drew a steady stream
Local push made for last minute ACA signees (pictured above: Jane Dougherty (left) talks with Kim Poe at the Democratic headquarters last month.) Just hours before the enrollment period for the
The nomination deadline for the Winston-Salem State University Clarence E. “Big House” Gaines Athletic Hall of Fame is quickly approaching.
YouthBuild, a new City of Winston-Salem program, is giving high school drop-outs a chance to earn their GEDs while learning
Wake Forest School of Medicine is the fourth most selective medical school in the country, according to a ranking released