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Letter to the Editor: Dangers of genetically-modified food

    Letter to the Editor: Dangers of genetically-modified food

To the Editor: This semester, I was asked to write a letter of advocacy for an issue that I stand behind. I believe that the production and possible labeling of

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WFU Innovation Quarter growing

    WFU Innovation Quarter growing

Two of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center’s preeminent School of Medicine programs will move to Wake Forest Innovation Quarter in the spring. The Medical Center has announced that its nationally

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A&T professor is another successful PhD Project alumnus

    A&T professor is another successful PhD Project alumnus

After successfully defending his dissertation, “Fair Value Measurements Disclosure: Mandatory Adoption, Valuation and Disclosure Effects,” Dr. Joseph D. Reid received his Ph.D. in accounting from the University of Memphis and

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AHA honors go to the health-conscious

    AHA honors go to the health-conscious

Despite the raindrops, more than 3,000 dedicated supporters attended the American Heart Association’s 2013 Tanglewood Heart and Stroke Walk on Saturday, Oct. 19, raising $490,000 for heart disease and stroke

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Fashion Foward (and Reverse)

    Fashion Foward (and Reverse)

Meka Harrell is hoping to become a “driving force” in local women and children’s fashion. The Baltimore native is the

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WFU hosts tomorrow’s lawyers

    WFU hosts tomorrow’s lawyers

(Pictured Above: Charlotte School of Law’s Victoria Owens (left) and Z’a Williams) City native Vondell Davis believes in planning ahead.

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Many states moving away from prosecuting teens as adults

    Many states moving away from prosecuting teens as adults

The Campaign for Youth Justice (CFYJ),  a national advocacy organization dedicated to ending the practice of trying, sentencing and incarcerating

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Editorial: Backward commissioners

    Editorial: Backward commissioners

The right-wing majority of the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners hit residents with a one-two punch this week. They dug

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Jogging While Black

    Jogging While Black

Noted sociologist says fears keep many African Americans from exercising A rising star in the sociology field said that black

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Vouchers making strange bedfellows

    Vouchers making strange bedfellows

Controversial bill has support among Dems and the GOP Some call it opportunity; others say it’s anything but. House Bill

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