Photo by Tevin Stinson Author/Educator Ron Stodghill discusses his book, “Where Everybody Looks Like Me: At the Crossroads of America’s Black Colleges and Culture,” on Tuesday, Feb. 9 on the
(Madison Gibbs competes.) Madison Gibbs has never been what she calls a “pageant girl.” In fact, she’s participated in only four. As it turns out, she’s pretty good at it.
The CIAA’s first full-time female commissioner made a stop in the Twin City last week to congratulate Winston-Salem State University
On July 1, when newly elected members of the UNC Board of Governors begin their four-year term, pay close attention
Olivia N. Sedwick, a sophomore at Winston-Salem State University, was elected senior vice president of the UNC system’s Association of
Morehouse College, one of the most distinguished historically black colleges — with graduates like Dr. Martin Luther King, former Atlanta
Felice Pete, president of the Wake County Republican Women, told local residents that she’s long taken heat for being black
Winston-Salem State University’s Tyler Kendrick and Rachael Creekmur won third place in the 105 Voices Emerging Business Leaders competition for