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New Salem president starts July 1

    New Salem president starts July 1

(pictured above:  Dr. Lorraine Sterritt speaks on the Salem campus last week.) Dr. Lorraine Sterritt will begin her tenure as president of Salem Academy and College on July  1. She succeeds Susan

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Billion-dollar Aggie

    Billion-dollar Aggie

Magazine: Howroyd achieves business milestone A&T alumna Janice Bryant Howroyd, a longtime member of the A&T Board of Trustees, was featured in Black Enterprise February edition as the first African American

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Praising All Nurses

    Praising All Nurses

Patients often recognize that a nurse is the health care professional with whom they and their families have the most direct contact. But they might not realize that nurses also

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor

Fansler for School Board To the Editor: Katherine Fansler for School Board At-Large – many people who have met her already

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IDs aren’t required, but voters will see changes

    IDs aren’t required, but voters will see changes

With the May 6 primary election quickly approaching, voting rights advocates and candidates alike are scrambling to make sure that

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12th District hopefuls plead their cases to W-S voters

    12th District hopefuls plead their cases to W-S voters

(pictured above:  Candidates (from left) State Rep. Marcus Brandon, Curtis Osborne, State Rep. Alma Adams, State Sen. Malcolm Graham, Ravjive Patel

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Reform Now!

    Reform Now!

Local voices calling for progress on immigration (pictured above:  WSSU students Bria Jones, Michael Lane and Endazha Hannah.) Rev. Glenn Pettiford,

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Candidates have their say

    Candidates have their say

Democratic Party forum features School Board hopefuls (pictured above: Deanna Taylor speaks passionately at the forum.) The Forsyth County Democratic

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Alumni invest in their alma mater’s future

    Alumni  invest in their alma mater’s future

(pictured above: new queen Rhonda Johnson gets prepared to be crowned.) Members of the Brown Alumni Chapter of Winston-Salem State

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