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Research earns award for Gray

    Research earns award for Gray

(pictured above: DeOnna Gray is a DCCC adjunct instructor.) Davidson County Community College adjunct instructor DeOnna Gray is the recipient of a 2014 College Educators Research Fellowship. Gray, who oversees DCCC’s

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Proposed scholarship will be named for Flack 

    Proposed scholarship will be named for Flack 

(pictured above:  Dr. Sylvia A. Flack heads the Center of Excellence for the elimination of Health Disparities at Winston-Salem State.) The “How is Your Heart Project” recently brought together 35 people

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‘Southern White Woman’ shares her race evolution

    ‘Southern White Woman’ shares her race evolution

City residents were afforded an up close and personal look at race relations through the eyes of a white woman born in Depression-era Winston-Salem earlier this month. Dorothy Hampton Marcus,

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They’re Departing to Serve

    They’re Departing to Serve

(pictured above:  Michael (far left) and Jill (third from left) Drennen pose with WSSU Elementary Education Coordinator Fran Oates and professor Dr. David Peay.) Winston-Salem State University Chancellor Donald Reaves called it

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Grow Something!

    Grow Something!

Conference draws gardening enthusiasts from across the state (pictured above:  Pearl Norman shows off the carnivorous plants she had available for

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Art and math collide at gallery

    Art and math collide at gallery

(pictured above: A piece by Xavier Webster, 13, at Northwest Middle School.) Local students spent part of a recent Saturday at

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor

Fansler for School Board To the Editor: Katherine Fansler for School Board At-Large – many people who have met her already

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Editorial: Hagan is on Our Side

    Editorial: Hagan is on Our Side

For the last five years, Kay Hagan has been a champion for North Carolina’s African American community in the U.

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IDs aren’t required, but voters will see changes

    IDs aren’t required, but voters will see changes

With the May 6 primary election quickly approaching, voting rights advocates and candidates alike are scrambling to make sure that

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Editorial: $10.10 Doesn’t Cut It! & Wake Lands Top Names

    Editorial: $10.10 Doesn’t Cut It! & Wake Lands Top Names

(pictured above:  Melissa Harris-Perry on the set of her MSNBC show.) U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan has added her voice to the crescendo

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