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UNCSA to present Wilson classic

    UNCSA to present Wilson classic

The School of Drama and the School of Design & Production at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts will present “King Hedley II,” the ninth play in

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Post-Civil War freedoms to be probed at symposium

    Post-Civil War freedoms to be probed at symposium

The North Carolina Office of Archives and History, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem State University and Old Salem are hosting a symposium later this month that will engage 19 presenters in

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Lee: BET has evolved

    Lee: BET has evolved

The chairperson and CEO of BET (Black Entertainment Television) said Tuesday that the network responded to criticism that it relied too heavily on sexually-charged and violent music videos by changing

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Aggie wins national crown

    Aggie wins national crown

N.C. A&T alumna Elesia Summers-Thomas won the Miss Essence 2013 crown in July in Crystal City, Va., a Washington, D.C. suburb. The national pageant provides personal and professional opportunities for

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Brown recalls hearing King’s famous words

    Brown recalls hearing King’s famous words

Special to The Chronicle Earl Brown Jr. didn’t travel to Washington, D.C. late last month to attend the commemoration of

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Grads still feel Camel Pride 52 years later

    Grads still feel Camel Pride 52 years later

They were 18 — or close to it — when they received their diplomas from the venerable Atkins High School in 1961.

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The Best in the World!

    The Best in the World!

Local Sigmas win International Chapter of the Year award Members of local Phi Beta Sigma chapters, including members of the

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Letter to the Editor

    Letter to the Editor

To the Editor: Let me express my personal gratitude and very warm compliments on behalf of the Liberian Embassy in

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Editorial: Mad Women and Black-on-Black Crime

    Editorial: Mad Women and Black-on-Black Crime

The weekly Moral Monday rally at the General Assembly saw a swelling in attendance this week, courtesy of the latest

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Senior Spotlight: John and Rosie Raye

    Senior Spotlight: John and Rosie Raye

By John Raye A few years ago, a few unexpected things happen to me. Some were good. Some were bad.

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