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Do not be selfish — Practice social distancing

May 8, 2020

COVID-19 has changed the world we live in. Though we all long for the “olden days” when we could enjoy our high maintenance ways of getting our hair and nails done, going to the movies or just meeting friends for a meal or a drink, the reality of this present world is different. We all […]


High Point U to host 2020 Virtual Commencement

May 8, 2020

HIGH POINT – High Point University will honor its Class of 2020 seniors during a virtual Commencement ceremony that will take place on Saturday, May 9, at 9 a.m. and can be accessed at http://www.highpoint.edu/commencement/. “We are experiencing unprecedented times, but that cannot stop us from honoring our seniors for their hard work and dedication […]


N.C. A&T to Celebrate Class of 2020 Virtually

May 8, 2020

Commencement season is a special time at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in any year. But this year, the university is going above and beyond to give the newest Aggie graduates a send-off to remember with numerous local and national celebrations that will shine a well-deserved spotlight on their academic accomplishments. Combined with […]


State Supreme Court Delivers Key Ruling for Black Jurors in Capital Cases

May 7, 2020

Never before in North Carolina judicial history have trial judges taken accusations of racial discrimination against Black jurors seriously, if a White prosecutor had a Black juror struck from a prospective jury primarily on the basis of race through preemptory challenge – which is illegal – the trial judge traditionally did little to investigate, and […]


Book Review: “Ready to Rise”

April 30, 2020

You know you have it. There’s all kinds of potential inside you but how can you actually use it? Says author Jo Saxton in her new book “Ready to Rise,” it takes determination, a community, strength, belief in yourself, and a little leaning on God. After hearing her seventh-grade daughter give a speech to classmates, […]


GCS leaders set to discuss new school budget

April 30, 2020

While the Guilford County School Board is preparing to vote on a new budget, district leaders say they are uncertain what that will look like in the wake of COVID-19. Guilford County School leaders are set to receive public comment and discuss the budget for the 2020-2021 school year on April 30. GCS announced on […]


Much Needed Superhero: Local teacher steps in to aid in PPE shortage

April 30, 2020

Donald Sweeper is showing his students what real-world application looks like beyond the walls of the classroom. Sweeper, who holds a mechanical engineering degree from North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University, teaches emerging technologies at Quality Education Academy in Winston-Salem. “Emerging technologies is 3D printing, building drones, robotics, coding and virtual reality. That’s the […]


An interview with Guilford County Medical Director Dr. Annette Bey

April 30, 2020

At this time, COVID-19 dominates our thoughts and dictates the actions of our lives. We recognize the national names that direct this pandemic but who is directing the local aspects of this public health crisis. Who is responsible for the local management of our everyday existence in this pandemic? One of those people is Dr. […]


Greensboro celebrates Bike Month with virtual programs

April 30, 2020

The City of Greensboro celebrates Bike Month in May with a series of virtual and self-guided programs and tips from riders. “Biking is a great way to get outside and exercise as long as one practices safe social distancing,” said Chandler Hagen, Greensboro bicycle and pedestrian coordinator and transportation planner. “We hope that virtual programs […]


WFU’s Brown to enter NBA Draft process

April 23, 2020

According to a report, junior wing Chaundee Brown plans to go through the 2020 NBA Draft process. However, even if Brown decides to return to college basketball, it won’t be at Wake Forest. If Brown leaves the draft, he will enter the NCAA transfer portal and play elsewhere to conclude his college career. Initially a […]


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