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Editorial: Letters to the Editor

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor

Presidential Praise To the Editor: This section of the U.S. Constitution describes the duty of the President to give a State of the Union address. “He shall from time to

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Mount Olive alters its name

    Mount Olive alters its name

Mount Olive College President Philip P. Kerstetter announced recently that the College will officially become the University of Mount Olive on Jan. 1. The name change was recommended by the

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For Seniors Only: National Mentoring Month

    For Seniors Only: National Mentoring Month

Who Were Their Mentors?? In honor of National Mentoring Month in January, here’s a look at the mentors of two of the great leaders of our time: Rev. Dr. Martin

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Conflict in South Sudan

    Conflict in South Sudan

The escalating crisis in South Sudan, a country only constituted in 2011, has brought with it growing concerns that a nation-state formed with such hope may now be on the

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor

Remembering Mandela To the Editor: During my Bishop College days, I first heard of apartheid and the Free Nelson Mandela

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Protestors target state budget director’s retail empire

    Protestors target state budget director’s retail empire

(pictured above: Picketers brave the rain Monday to protest outside of a Durham Roses store.) Protestors are expected to gather

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Lucas among N.C. Award honorees

    Lucas among N.C. Award honorees

John Harding Lucas will receive the North Carolina Award for Public Service later this month. Lucas, 93, has earned the

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Symposium to aid minority businesses

    Symposium to aid minority businesses

The 5th Annual Piedmont Construction & Design Symposium, “Celebrating Collaboration and Expanding Future Opportunities,” is set for Wednesday, Nov. 13

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No Second-Class Families

    No Second-Class Families

African Americans have spent much of our history fighting for equal treatment. Just two generations ago, our parents and our

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New Digs

    New Digs

The North Carolina State Bar, the state agency responsible for regulating the practice of law, hosted a grand opening celebration

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