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Commentary: Let’s get on the good foot in 2019

    Commentary: Let’s get on the good foot in 2019

Commentary: Let’s get on the good foot in 2019

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Commentary: Give the gift of reading to help a child ‘live life unleashed’

    Commentary: Give the gift of reading to help a child ‘live life unleashed’

Commentary: Give the gift of reading to help a child ‘live life unleashed’

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Chronicle names Rogers as new editor

    Chronicle names Rogers as new editor

Readers will notice a change in The Chronicle from here on in the form of its new editor. Donna Rogers has been appointed to the position of editor. She’s excited

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Black History becomes personal for me as journalist

    Black History becomes  personal for me as journalist

I have been aware of Black History for a long time. I grew up in a household in which my parents and siblings made me aware of it. When I

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Reynolds and Mount Tabor high schools planning tribute to Stuart Scott

    Reynolds and Mount Tabor high schools planning tribute to Stuart Scott

In photo: Stuart Scott on the “SportsCenter” set in 2000. ESPN Photo by Rich Arden  Reynolds High School had been

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Reaves confident in his legacy

    Reaves confident in his legacy

(pictured above:  Donald Reaves stands in the heart of WSSU’s campus.) It was a long time coming, but Donald Julian

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Scott-Johnson ends storied career

    Scott-Johnson ends storied career

(pictured above: Denise Scott-Johnson chats with her former supervisor, Nick Jamison.) The event began with hugs, well-wishes and food and ended

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Hopkins praises incoming USTA leader

    Hopkins praises incoming USTA leader

(pictured above: Local Tennis advocate Beth Hopkins) Katrina M. Adams will make history in two ways when she becomes chairman of

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Campus cops hear students’ grievances

    Campus cops hear students’ grievances

(pictured above:  Chizoba Ukairo, seated beside fellow WFU student William Ray III, speaks.) Communication, transparency and trust are the building blocks for

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