(Melissa Harris-Perry during a WFU campus visit in 2012.) Melissa Harris-Perry, Wake Forest University politics professor and MSNBC television host, has been appointed executive director of the Pro Humanitate Institute,
(pictured above: New hires Tiffany Williams, Caroline Kraus and Correll McCrae.) Gramercy Research Group, a Winston-Salem-based private research firm, has three new employees – Tiffany Williams, Caroline Kraus and Correll McCrae.
Old Salem Museums & Gardens is screening clips from four documentaries in January, February and April. The footage that will be shown will illustrate the history of civil rights in
(pictured above: Earl Dominie with the drawing he had tattooed to his arm.) “Release: From Stigma to Acceptance,” an exhibit that showcases the talents and struggles of ex-offenders reintegrating into society,
(Above: Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity members pose at a meeting last September.) The Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and
(pictured above: students (top row, from left) Sam Murphy, Kent Garrett, KC Barrett, James Bailey, Will Dietsche, Meredith Anderson, Tyler St.
Victor “Vic” Johnson earned a rather dubious distinction last week when he was booted from the Winston-Salem State University Board
WSSU Photo by Devin Davis Winston-Salem State students hold a campus rally in the wake of the grand jury’s
(From left) Principal Amber Baker with Lisa Belin, Greg Belin, Yolanda Belin, Cherrie Felisbret, Yvette Hall and Christina Lee. Employees