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Adams’ HBCU financing bill passes U.S. House

    Adams’ HBCU financing bill passes U.S. House

Measure is headed to Senate At a place in time that most news reports on historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) seem to be negative, last week predominantly black institutions

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Author says: HBCUs are in more danger than ever

    Author says: HBCUs are in more danger than ever

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

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Aggie crowned Miss Black N.C.

    Aggie crowned Miss Black N.C.

(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.

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Gary and Hawkins lift the spirits of breakfast-goers

    Gary and Hawkins lift the spirits of breakfast-goers

(pictured above: Willie Gary addresses the crowd.) The more than 1,400 attendees at Monday morning’s Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast were prodded to adopt the late civil rights leader’s

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Belles join bone marrow registry

Lives will be saved thanks to 74 Bennett College students. After an on-campus workshop from the Linkage to Life: Organ,

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CIAA commissioner impressed by Rams’ achievements

    CIAA commissioner impressed by Rams’ achievements

The CIAA’s first full-time female commissioner made a stop in the Twin City last week to congratulate Winston-Salem State University

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HBCU alumni missing from BOG

    HBCU alumni missing from BOG

On July 1, when newly elected members of the UNC Board of Governors begin their four-year term, pay close attention

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WSSU’s Sedwick elected to UNC student government group

    WSSU’s Sedwick elected to UNC student government group

Olivia N. Sedwick, a sophomore at Winston-Salem State University, was elected senior vice president of the UNC system’s Association of

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More youth priced out of college

    More youth priced out of college

Morehouse College, one of the most distinguished historically black colleges — with graduates like Dr. Martin Luther King, former Atlanta

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GOP leader questions president’s faith, agenda

    GOP leader questions president’s faith, agenda

Felice Pete, president of the Wake County Republican Women, told local residents that she’s long taken heat for being black

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