The chairperson and CEO of BET (Black Entertainment Television) said Tuesday that the network responded to criticism that it relied too heavily on sexually-charged and violent music videos by changing
Ursula Kendall, an acclaimed choreographer whose work was seen in the film “Ray” and at Superbowl XXXIV, is hosting the “SHE Created IT 2013 Festival at Salem College from Saturday,
Jawad Wahabzada, a Wake Forest graduating senior, was recently named a fellow for the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. This August, he will travel to Rio de Janeiro to film
The Living Well – Rural Hall’s Center for Lifelong Learning is taking off like a rocket. The vision was to provide seniors with an opportunity for fellowship, food, and fun.
WSSA marks its second anniversary The Winston-Salem Senegalese Association (WSSA) celebrated its second anniversary Sunday at the Sprague Street Community
The 2012 College Night program, presented by the Union Baptist Church Refresh College Ministry, will feature the Howard University Choir
Mt. Zion Senior Life Enrichment Center has been operating under the motto “Fun, Fun and More Fun” for more than
Current black male WFU employees dine with school’s first-ever black student Dr. Ed Reynolds, Wake Forest University’s first black student,