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Duke University professor defends his views of blacks versus Asians

    Duke University professor defends his views of blacks versus Asians

In photo above: Duke University political science professor Jerry Hough. (Photo courtesy of Duke University) By JONATHAN DREW Associated Press RALEIGH — A Duke University professor criticized for an online

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Harris-Perry links mental health with bias and other inequities

    Harris-Perry links mental health with bias and other inequities

(pictured above:  W. Randy Eaddy, a partner at Kilpatrick Stockton, introduces Melissa Harris-Perry.) Melissa Harris-Perry made her first local public address Sept. 10 since she joined the faculty of Wake

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Beasley to address local Democrats

    Beasley to address local Democrats

(pictured above:  Justice Cheri Beasley is seeking another term.) N.C. Supreme Court Justice Cheri Beasley will discuss “The Importance of Voter Participation in Electing Judges in North Carolina” when she addresses

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Achievers Honored

    Achievers Honored

Annual gala recognizes high school seniors, businesses and others (pictured above: WXII’s Busta Brown speaks as Teen Achievers (from left) Jaelyn Holmes, Malik Jacobs, Mariah Jacobs, Jyles Leak, Nadaje Paquette, Dominique Hill, Rhyan

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Reform Now!

    Reform Now!

Local voices calling for progress on immigration (pictured above:  WSSU students Bria Jones, Michael Lane and Endazha Hannah.) Rev. Glenn Pettiford,

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Hispanic hopefuls in the running

    Hispanic hopefuls in the running

Dominican Republic native German Garcia is aiming to become the first Hispanic American to serve on the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board

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Pakistani students studying at Bennett

    Pakistani students studying at Bennett

(pictured above: (From left) Jessica Anum Shahid, Zara Khan Durrani and Fareeha Ambar are spending a semester at Bennett.) Bennett College

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America’s Dangerous Path

    America’s Dangerous Path

Noted environmentalist sees dire consequences for food and energy missteps The United States’ days as a global superpower will be

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New areas of study at Salem College

    New areas of study at Salem College

Special to The Chronicle Salem College expands its program offerings this academic year with the addition of three new majors:

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Central graduates record number

    Central graduates record number

North Carolina Central University awarded more than 700 bachelor’s degrees on Saturday, May 11. Graduates were challenged by veteran broadcast

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