The Winston-Salem Black Business Chamber of Commerce (WSBBC) is looking to grow and connect with more black-owned businesses and entrepreneurs in the area. That was the census following a small
Pamela L. Jennings will be tenured professor of innovation and entrepreneurship SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Pamela L. Jennings, Director of the Center for Design Innovation (CDI), will step down from
Photo by Todd Luck BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE The Forsyth County Board of Elections (BOE) heard more pleas for early voting at Winston-Salem State University during its Friday, July
Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE Winston-Salem State University has a storied past when it comes to the game of basketball. With legendary coach Clarence “Big House”
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Former Winston-Salem State University coach and a standout, Clarence “Big House” Gaines
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Just one day before Father’s Day, My Brother’s Second Chance (MBSC), a local non-profit organization, held a brunch on the campus of Winston-Salem State University to celebrate those who volunteer as mentors for young boys in the community.
Although the name will remain the same, and tuition will not be reduced to $500 a semester thanks to the disposal of Senate Bill 873, major changes are on the horizon at Winston-Salem State University (WSSU).
Several members of the public spoke in support of an early voting site at Winston-Salem State University during the Forsyth County Board of Elections meeting on Tuesday, June 14.
To Republican Sen. Tom Apodaca of Hendersonville, his Senate Bill 873, also known as the “Access to Affordable College Education Act,” is the perfect prescription for allowing worthy in-state students, beginning in the fall of 2018, to be enrolled in five UNC system universities at a reduced rate of $500 per semester.