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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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Salem College joins Noonhour tradition

    Salem College joins Noonhour tradition

(pictured above: Head Coach Anita Howard (front row, second from right) and Salem faculty members pose with the Salem College basketball team at the Benton Convention Center Monday. Twenty-year-old Whitney Campbell

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Robeson’s life coming to local stage 

    Robeson’s life coming to local stage 

“Paul Robeson” by Phillip Hayes Dean is coming to the Hanesbrands Theatre, 209 North Spruce St., later this month. Presented by Winston-Salem-based United in Music, the production chronicles the life

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War on Kwanzaa?

    War on Kwanzaa?

Hundreds of local residents attended Kwanzaa celebrations this week and last week at several venues throughout the city. Folks danced, laughed, fellowshipped and positively reflected on the tumultuous road African

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African dress project seeks pillowcase donations

    African dress project seeks pillowcase donations

The Rukiya Busara Piedmont Triad Chapter (RuBu) of the Swing Phi Swing Social Fellowship, Inc. mentoring program Girls as Pearls

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HIV/AIDS

    HIV/AIDS

Educating Ourselves and Our Communities Dec. 1 was World AIDS Day, a day dedicated to increasing awareness about HIV/AIDS, those

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Griggs speaks at Oxford, other UK sites

    Griggs speaks at Oxford, other UK sites

(pictured above: Imam Khalid Griggs on the campus of Wake Forest University.) Khalid Griggs, imam of the Community Mosque of Winston-Salem

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Novant plans focus on stroke in ’14

    Novant plans focus on stroke in ’14

In honor of National Family Caregivers Month, Novant Health and the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association held a Stroke Caregiver

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A-Fib especially harmful for women and blacks

    A-Fib especially harmful for women and blacks

Doctors have known for years that atrial fibrillation (AF), or irregular heartbeat, increases the risk for stroke, but now researchers

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Black ’Nam vets tell students war tales

    Black ’Nam vets tell students war tales

A group of African American Vietnam War veterans were invited to Wake Forest last Friday to share their memories from

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