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COMMENTARY: Solutions to problems summer can bring for students and parents

    COMMENTARY: Solutions to problems summer  can bring for students and parents

By James J. Hankins Here are some of the problems that can be solved with summer educational plans for students and parents: *Many students never open a book during the

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Commentary: Is Obama Trying to Kill Black Colleges?

    Commentary: Is Obama Trying to Kill Black Colleges?

In photo:  George E. Curry is editor-in-chief of the National Newspaper Publishers Association News Service (NNPA.) By George E. Curry NNPA Columnist Is Barack Obama, the nation’s first African-American president,

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Editorial: Thanks for honor of serving

    Editorial: Thanks for honor of serving

(This op/ed was originally published Dec. 15 in the (Greensboro) News and Record.) With the year quickly drawing to a close, we are all looking forward to what comes next

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Analysis finds successful colleges for graduating low-income black students

    Analysis finds successful colleges for graduating low-income black students

Winston-Salem State University makes auxiliary list We name 23 schools that have shown great success at graduating more than 50 percent of their black students without a lot of fanfare

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Winston-Salem students answer activism’s call

    Winston-Salem students answer activism’s call

WSSU Photo by Devin Davis   Winston-Salem State students hold a campus rally in the wake of the grand jury’s

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Campus cops hear students’ grievances

    Campus cops hear students’ grievances

(pictured above:  Chizoba Ukairo, seated beside fellow WFU student William Ray III, speaks.) Communication, transparency and trust are the building blocks for

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Silence Speaks 1,000 Words

    Silence Speaks 1,000 Words

Protestors take stand over state education cuts (pictured above:  Protesters stand silently holding signs outside the Forsyth County Government Building.)

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Freshmen settle in

    Freshmen settle in

More than 750 First-years arrive at WSSU (pictured above:  Allison Sutton (center) gets help from her mother, Cheryl (right), grandmother, Alice.)

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Warehouse continues to be a constant for teachers

    Warehouse continues to be a constant for teachers

(pictured above:  Free supplies of every sort imaginable await local teachers at the Educator Warehouse.) Teachers – or parents – didn’t

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Editorial: Deals with Devils?

    Editorial: Deals with Devils?

When the Koch Foundation gave the United Negro College Fund $25 million, it set off a maelstrom of comments in

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