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HBCUs must exist, panelists say

    HBCUs must exist, panelists say

(Above: (L-R) Panelists at the 2015 North Carolina HBCU Political Action Summit held at WSSU on Feb. 12 were Dr. Corey D.B. Walker of WSSU; Ayana D. Hernandez of North

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Creating a global blueprint to the future

    Creating a global blueprint to the future

In photo: Columnist Benjamin F. Chavis Jr., who says Black America’s national leadership should immediately convene a summit. By Benjamin F. Chavis Jr. NNPA Columnist As we begin 2015, millions

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Reaves confident in his legacy

    Reaves confident in his legacy

(pictured above:  Donald Reaves stands in the heart of WSSU’s campus.) It was a long time coming, but Donald Julian Reaves, 68, achieved his desire to lead a historically black

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Analysis finds successful colleges for graduating low-income black students

    Analysis finds successful colleges for graduating low-income black students

Winston-Salem State University makes auxiliary list We name 23 schools that have shown great success at graduating more than 50 percent of their black students without a lot of fanfare

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HBCU alumni honored

    HBCU alumni honored

(pictured above:  Cheryl Harry presents a medallion to honoree Fisk President H. James Williams.) A local company that sells a

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A&T is nation’s largest black college

    A&T is nation’s largest black college

Preliminary fall enrollment numbers indicate that North Carolina A&T State University has secured the largest enrollment of a historically black

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PT working on diversity

    PT working on diversity

(pictured above:  WSSU Photo WSSU DPT students pose after their recent White Coat ceremony.) The lack of African Americans in Winston-Salem

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Editorial: New Chancellor

    Editorial: New Chancellor

A self-described “country boy” has been given the reins of Winston-Salem State University. Don’t mistake Dr. Elwood Robinson’s description as

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Freshmen settle in

    Freshmen settle in

More than 750 First-years arrive at WSSU (pictured above:  Allison Sutton (center) gets help from her mother, Cheryl (right), grandmother, Alice.)

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Black Men Prepare for Challenges of the Classroom

    Black Men Prepare for  Challenges of the Classroom

The HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) Male Summer Institute was held on the campus of Winston-Salem State University from

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