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Trump makes HBCUs wait

    Trump makes HBCUs wait

BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE When over 80 presidents and chancellors from historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) left Washington, D.C., last week after first meeting with President Donald

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Pitts inducted into Shaw Hall

    Pitts inducted into Shaw Hall

(pictured above:  Coach Isaac Pitts on the sidelines.) Coach Isaac Pitts of Quality Education Academy always believed he had a modest chance to be enshrined in the Athletic Hall of Fame at Shaw University, his

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BA (Bachelor of Affection) awarded

    BA (Bachelor of Affection) awarded

(pictured above:  Dr. Rosalind Fuse-Hall presents Clarence Pitt with his special degree.) When one thinks of a Bennett Belle, Clarence Allen Pitt isn’t exactly what comes to mind. Yet, he

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QEA winter concert a smash hit

    QEA winter concert a smash hit

(pictured above: Program players (from left) Ruby Reaves, Kamya Simmons, Christina Baker, MaSasha Staley and Shabria Stewart.) Judging by the reaction of the packed audience, Quality Education Academy Fine Arts Department’s

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Seeing Things More Clearly

    Seeing Things More Clearly

Blind volunteers provide students with enlightening experience Modern advocates for the blind visited Salem Academy and College Oct. 16, nearly

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Aggie is first Hercules Scholar

    Aggie is first Hercules Scholar

Tariq Alkebu-Lan, a N.C. A&T junior computer engineering student from Richmond, Va., was recently named the first Tom Joyner Foundation

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Aggie wins national crown

    Aggie wins national crown

N.C. A&T alumna Elesia Summers-Thomas won the Miss Essence 2013 crown in July in Crystal City, Va., a Washington, D.C.

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Couple release book for college students

    Couple release book for college students

Emeka and Carrie Anazia are alumni of N.C. A&T Husband and wife Emeka and Carrie Anazia have released the book

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Culbreath spending summer competing nationally

    Culbreath spending summer competing nationally

For sprinter/jumper Jocelyn Culbreath, the summer is shaping up to be busy and productive. She understands the role that confidence

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Parkland sprinters going for another sweep

    Parkland sprinters going for another sweep

The girls’ sprint relay teams at Parkland are well established as the crème de la crème of high school track

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