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Commentary – Black students at white universities harbor solidarity, seen and unseen

    Commentary – Black students at white universities harbor solidarity, seen and unseen

Over the last few weeks, students at colleges and universities across the country have stood in solidarity with Mizzou [the University of Missouri], a public university in Missouri that made

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GTCC and Bennett sign co-admission agreement

    GTCC and Bennett sign co-admission agreement

(pictured above:  Bennett President Rosalind Fuse-Hall shakes hands with GTCC President Randy Parker.) The leaders of Bennett College and Guilford Technical Community College (GTCC) signed a co-admission agreement in the

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Research earns award for Gray

    Research earns award for Gray

(pictured above: DeOnna Gray is a DCCC adjunct instructor.) Davidson County Community College adjunct instructor DeOnna Gray is the recipient of a 2014 College Educators Research Fellowship. Gray, who oversees DCCC’s

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Job fair exclusively for young people draws big crowd

    Job fair exclusively for young people draws big crowd

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

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Wellness Matters

    Wellness Matters

WFU undertaking trailblazing project to measure wellbeing of students Wake Forest says it is the first college that will comprehensively probe

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Choices, Choices, Choices

    Choices, Choices, Choices

Long-running program helps young people zero-in on careers (pictured above: Career Skill participants (left to right, front row) Carrigan Moore, Danielle

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor

Support ACS To the Editor: As a longtime board member of AIDS Care Service, I want to express my deepest

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Local student becomes face of immigration campaign

    Local student becomes face of immigration campaign

(pictured above: Junior Valeria Sotelo on the campus of Salem College.) Lexington resident Valeria Sotelo has done everything right. The 21-year-old

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Editorial: Pope Plays the Victim

    Editorial: Pope Plays the Victim

Art Pope’s indignation over NAACP-led pickets of his chain of discount stores is chuckle-worthy. The conservative firebrand has been a

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Carver salutes stellar Class of ’13

    Carver salutes stellar Class of ’13

Carver High School held Senior Awards Day on May 24. The Class of 2013 will attend colleges and universities far

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