Although U.S. high school graduation rates have significantly improved, U.S. Department of Education statistics show that African-American and Hispanic/Latino students are still graduating 5 to 10 points behind the national average.
In photo above: Kenny Brown, WSSU student government vice president of external affairs, graduates from Winston-Salem State University on Friday, May 15 at Bowman Gray Stadium with a bachelor’s degree
The Shalom Project is seeking new applicants for its Circles Initiative through July 15. Circles Winston-Salem (Circles WS) is an empowerment program designed to help individuals rise out of generational
WSSU student pushing for unique business venture to take off (pictured above: Ram Connect founder Chinaemeze Kelsey Okoro (center) with
(pictured above: LaShun Huntley poses with his best friend’s sister, Barenda Mauney.) A new scholarship in honor of Brandon P. Mauney,
Veterans were treated to hot meals and plenty of gratitude Monday. In celebration of Veterans Day, American Legion Post 128,
A national report probes the problems that historically black colleges and universities face, as there is new talk in North