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Round Two

    Round Two

Voters to make selections in General Election contests Four candidates are preparing to square off in the Nov. 5 General Election, vying for the chance to represent the city’s North

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Hispanic Democrats use forum to gauge primary candidates

    Hispanic Democrats use forum to gauge primary candidates

Mayoral and City Council hopefuls vied for support Tuesday during a forum hosted by the Hispanic-American Democrats. A strong showing of municipal candidates expounded upon their backgrounds, expertise and viewpoints

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End of Long Road for Eure

    End of Long Road for Eure

WFU professor/leader retiring after nearly 40 years Dr. Herman Eure shattered the glass ceiling at Wake Forest University 39 years ago. The then-27 year old made school history in 1974 when

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Johnson: Social capital could change fortunes of the poor

    Johnson: Social capital could change fortunes of the poor

Building social capital – or community connections and friendships across lines of race, class and neighborhood boundaries – is especially essential for those who are economically marginalized. Dr. James Johnson,

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HBCU alumni missing from BOG

    HBCU alumni missing from BOG

On July 1, when newly elected members of the UNC Board of Governors begin their four-year term, pay close attention

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Letters To The Editor: YMCA needs diversity

    Letters To The Editor: YMCA needs diversity

YMCA needs diversity To the Editor: I have been going over the events that happened in the meeting that took

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Ware named CEO at Children’s Home

    Ware named CEO at Children’s Home

Maurice D. Ware, a seasoned health care professional and educator, has been named CEO of The Children’s Home, effective May

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For Seniors Only! Senior Spotlight-Susan Meny

    For Seniors Only!  Senior Spotlight-Susan Meny

Name (nicknames)? Susan B. Meny, Senior Center Director of the Shepherd’s Center of Greater Winston-Salem (I have nicknames, but you can’t

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Daylong symposium tackles future of diversity

    Daylong symposium tackles future of diversity

Wake Forest University continued its ongoing discussion on diversity and inclusion on March 19 during a daylong symposium at Wake

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Unlikely Civil Rights icon speaks

    Unlikely Civil Rights icon speaks

Dr. Bob Zellner, a white Southerner who played a part in the Civil Rights Movement, shared his story at Wake

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