WSSU alumna receives royal title from dad’s African tribe Winston-Salem State University students heard from one of their very own about how she became a queen. Nuekie Aku Opata, a
Kybele, Inc., a Winston-Salem based humanitarian organization that supports medical education in developing countries, will be hosting a documentary film event on Friday, Aug. 15 from 6 – 10:30 p.m.
(pictured above: Dr. Avinash Shetty speaks about HIV/AIDS.) International health challenges and possible solutions to them were the focus of the Fourth Annual Global Health Symposium at Wake Forest University Baptist
Human Relations Award Honoree In underdeveloped countries, child birth can be a life-threatening ordeal for mother and child. Dr. Medge
Were we the only ones expecting someone black or brown to walk out last week after white smoke went up
If the Dreamland Park community is a food desert, then Attorney S. Wayne Patterson and his wife Tamica want their
Parkland students helping kids in Ghana Children in the tiny village of Nsumesama, Ghana will soon be heading to school
In 1962, a Ghana native named Ed Reynolds became the first black full-time undergraduate student to attend Wake Forest University.