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For Queen and (Ram) Country

    For Queen and (Ram) Country

Miss WSSU eyes Ebony magazine title (pictured above:  Miss WSSU Vanity Oakes with Mister WSSU Keenan Easter.) City native Vanity Oakes has already made her reign as Miss WSSU memorable. The

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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, associate pastor of First Baptist Church on Highland Avenue, was

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Surprise visit by Wake ballers delights kids

    Surprise visit by Wake ballers delights kids

(pictured above: Food from area gardens and farms fills the serving table.) The Wake Forest University Men’s Basketball Team helped Hanes Hosiery Community Center celebrate the end of another successful youth

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Geneticist: Science doesn’t support racial distinctions

    Geneticist: Science doesn’t support racial distinctions

(pictured above: Dr. Georgia Dunston speaks at WSSU.) Dr. Georgia Dunston is a well known genetics professor and scholar and founder of Howard University’s National Human Genome Center, but she told

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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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Ellison stirs local Democrats

    Ellison stirs local Democrats

(pictured above: U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison speaks to the audience.) U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison of Minnesota’s Fifth Congressional District fired up

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First in series of feasts aims to start conversations

    First in series of feasts aims to start conversations

Community gardeners and health advocates were among those who dined at the Forsyth Cooperative Extension on Monday, April 7 at

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Actor and director shine under RiverRun spotlight

    Actor and director shine under RiverRun spotlight

(pictured above:  Cheryl Lindsay (center) poses with Spark Award winners Tyler James Williams and Sophie Desmarais.) The 16th Annual RiverRun International

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Rolling Along Splendidly

    Rolling Along Splendidly

WSSU’s clinic on wheels reaches those out of reach Since its inception over three years ago, Winston-Salem State University’s Rams

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Black lawmakers target poverty

    Black lawmakers target poverty

(pictured above:  Panelists (from left): John Gladman, Margaret Elliott, Minister Alvin Carlisle and Karen McNeil-Miller.) Five decades after President Lyndon Johnson

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