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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.
Early voting sites at Winston-Salem State University and Industries for the Blind are among those being debated by the Forsyth County Board of Elections (BOE) for the general election.
The Lawrence Joel Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum was filled with joy and excitement last Saturday as more than 800 undergraduate and graduate students from Winston-Salem State University completed their academic voyage during the 126th commencement ceremony.
The Loretta Taylor All-Sports Award, granted to the top women’s athletic program, was earned by Winston-Salem State after winning championship titles in women’s cross country, volleyball, women’s indoor track & field, and softball. The Rams also finished third in outdoor track & field and fourth in tennis of the women’s CIAA championship competitions.
This year, the Rams’ reign as CIAA diamond kings ended in a manner that was shocking and unexpected. WSSU (31-22) breezed through the first two rounds of the conference tournament, but had a crash landing in the final round. In losing twice to Chowan, the Rams surrendered the league crown.
The honors keep coming in for the Winston-Salem State University softball program as fresh-man utility Destiny Snipes was named to the Conference Commissioner’s Association (CCA) NCAA Division II Atlantic/District 2 All-Region team, on May 9.