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Saturday, February 22, 2020

Fayetteville State Women Claim First Ever Title, Va. State and St. Aug Share Men’s Crown

February 20, 2020

WINSTON-SALEM – Fayetteville State claimed the women’s crown while Saint Augustine’s and Virginia State shared the men’s title at the CIAA Indoor Track & Field Championships at JDL Fast Track on Monday (Feb. 17). The women’s title is the first for Fayetteville State (123 points) in its second year of existence as a university-sponsored track […]


Book Review: Olympic Pride, American Prejudice

February 20, 2020

You’ve always held such promise. People could see it in you, starting when you were small: you were going to go places, do good, make a mark on the world. They were proud to know you, happy to watch you land until – except – as in “Blair Underwood Presents Olympic Pride, American Prejudice” by […]


NC Congressional 6th District candidates speak at forum

February 20, 2020

With a newly redrawn 6th Congressional District, current U.S. Rep. Mark Walker (R) did not file for re-election this year, opening up the race to five Democrats and two Republicans. A public forum on February 11 gave Democratic candidates about one hour to convince the nearly 60 people in attendance at the Guilford County Democratic […]


First Pitch Baseball Banquet Holland’s Jersey Retired

February 14, 2020

Al Holland, Sr., a North Carolina A&T State University baseball legend who pitched for the program in the 1970’s, became just the second former student-athlete in school history to have his jersey retired. Holland had his jersey retired at N.C. A&T baseball program’s 2nd Annual First Pitch Baseball Banquet on Saturday, February 8 in the […]


Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc: Pink Goes Red for Heart Health

February 13, 2020

February is American Heart Month and the Beta Iota Omega (Greensboro) and Eta Omicron Omega (High Point) Chapters of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated partnered on February 7 to host a “Pink Goes Red” event at New Light Missionary Baptist Church. Women of all ages participated in physical activities and health screenings. Vendors were on […]


JDRF of the Piedmont to honor Frye Family

February 13, 2020

JDRF Hope Gala 2020 Saturday, Feb. 22 Koury Convention Center 5:30 p.m. Silent Auction/ Cocktail Hour 6:50 p.m. Dinner Program Call (336) 373-1768 or visit tinyurl.com/HopeGala2020 The Piedmont Triad Chapter of Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) will honor community leaders Shirley and Henry Frye, and Angela and Henry Frye Jr., at its 20th annual Hope […]


Panthers sweep cross-town rivals

February 7, 2020

GIRLS The Dudley Lady Panthers extended their winning streak to seven games with a 78-12 Piedmont Triad 3-A Conference victory over Smith. Leading 20-5 starting the second quarter, Dudley outscored the Eagles 28-0 to lead at the half, 46-5. The Panthers improved to 14-6 overall, 6-0 in the conference while Smith remained winless at 0-19, […]


Feb. 1 60th anniversary sit-in breakfast

February 7, 2020

“You don’t need permission to stand up,” said national award winning journalist and author, Roland Martin, to a packed banquet hall at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University’s 60th anniversary commemorative sit-in breakfast program. “Some folks understand that you have to do something because it is right and it is just, and not about […]


ICRCM 60th Anniversary Gala: ‘The Movement Continues’

February 6, 2020

The walls of the Greensboro Coliseum Special Events Center echoed with the sound of more than 1,800 voices belting the words to, “Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing,” also known as The Negro National Anthem, on Saturday night. Greensboro’s International Civil Rights Center and Museum hosted its 2020 Annual Fundraising Gala on February 1, marking the […]


A&T Women snap losing streak

January 31, 2020

After suffering back to back road losses, the Lady Aggies returned to the friendly confines of Corbett Sports Center to post a hard earned 58-53 MEAC victory over Delaware State. The Aggies led by 15 points starting the third quarter before the Hornets went on a 14-0 run. It was the Aggies’ (13-6, 5-2 MEAC) […]


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