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Missouri campus protests illustrate new trend for college millennials

    Missouri campus  protests illustrate  new trend for  college millennials

By JESSE J. HOLLAND Associated Press WASHINGTON–Few paid attention when a black student started a hunger strike at the University of Missouri to protest racial strife on campus. As soon

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Randy Butt Joins WSSU Athletics Staff

    Randy Butt Joins WSSU Athletics Staff

In above photo: Randy Butt (Submitted photo) Special to The Chronicle The Winston-Salem State University Department of Athletics is pleased to announce that Randy Butt has joined the department as

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Pitchers need support to propel Rams in postseason

    Pitchers need support  to propel Rams in  postseason

(Above: Photo by Craig T. Greenlee- Hayden O’Neal has filled a variety of roles as a starter and relief pitcher.) Winston-Salem State University has more than enough power and punch in

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Wake Forest coach turns attention to restoring the basketball team

    Wake Forest coach turns attention to restoring the basketball team

(Above: Photos by Craig T. Greenlee Wake Forest point guard Codi Miller-McIntyre (0) was Honorable Mention All-ACC.) College basketball’s Final Four is only two days away from tip-off. By this

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Glover named to NCCSIA team

    Glover named to NCCSIA team

Winston-Salem State University baller Justin Glover has been selected for the North Carolina Collegiate Sports Information Association’s 2012-13 College Division

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Hopkins closes college career

    Hopkins closes college career

David Hopkins closed out his college tennis career at Wake Forest in fine fashion. Yet, the end results produced a

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Everyone making millions except college athletes

    Everyone making millions except college athletes

The recent Wall Street Journal editorial, “California’s Pay-to-Play Bill,” is another example of the hypocrisy that plagues college sports. The

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CIAA Commissioner goes 1-on-1

    CIAA  Commissioner goes 1-on-1

As the first African-American woman to be named CIAA commissioner, Jacqie Carpenter is a trailblazer. Prior to settling into her

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Former Olympian named A&T track director

    Former Olympian named A&T track director

Special to The Chronicle Duane Ross is the new director of track and field programs at North Carolina A&T. Ross,

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