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‘Where is My Office?’

    ‘Where is My Office?’

(Above:Dr. Elwood Robinson (right) poses with his wife, Denise, and son, Devin, last week at WSSU.) Incoming chancellor ready to get started at  WSSU During his first public remarks on

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Medical Society honoring professors

    Medical Society honoring professors

(pictured above: Rev. Odell Cleveland (left) with Robert Wineburg.) Two Greensboro College visiting scholars are being honored by the N.C. Medical Society for their contributions to North Carolina public health. Robert Wineburg,

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Exhibit to include special programs

    Exhibit to include special programs

(pictured above:  A screen shot from Kevin Jerome Everson’s “The Island of St. Matthews.”) A number of special of events are slated to coincide with “Kevin Jerome Everson: Gather Round,”

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Art … Latino Style

    Art … Latino Style

Delta Arts Center opens “Punto De Vista – Latino Perspectives III” (pictured above:  Gustavo De Los Rios discusses his art with an attendee.) The diversity of Latino art can be

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IFB acquires Arkansas agency

    IFB acquires Arkansas agency

(pictured above:  IFB Vice President of Human Resources David Hampton meets a worker at Arkansas Lighthouse for the Blind.) Winston-Salem

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Graduation rates slip at Parkland and WSPA

    Graduation rates slip at Parkland and WSPA

Countywide, graduation rates increased for the seventh straight year, but Parkland High School and Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy saw their rates

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Ephesus won’t boot students after demise of vouchers

    Ephesus won’t boot students after demise of vouchers

Parents who have put their children in private school through a state voucher program find themselves at a crossroads after

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Liberians honor Angelou and pray for homeland

    Liberians honor Angelou and pray for homeland

West African nation caught in Ebola’s net (pictured above:  Sylvia Haith watches as Liberian Organization of the Piedmont President James Hunder

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Election Hurdle Higher

    Election Hurdle Higher

After injunction denial, locals say registration, turnout key (pictured above:  Linda Sutton speaks at a rally in July.) Local leaders are

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Beal takes interim lead at Diggs

    Beal takes interim lead at Diggs

(pictured above: Endia Beal) Endia Beal, a North Carolina based artist and educator, has been named interim director of the

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