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Low dose aspirin’s health benefits questioned

March 22, 2019

So many people take supplements and medications over the counter like they are taking candy. They take them because they think they will help their health. They observe family, friends and coworkers taking these supplements and decide they should take them also. So many times there is a lack of critical thinking about the supplement […]

Guilford County Sheriff discusses first 100 days

March 22, 2019

During a March 14 press conference, Guilford County Sheriff Danny Rogers discussed his first 100 days at the helm of the sheriff’s department. Rogers touched on several points in the sheriff’s office mission to restore agency accountability and accreditation; create safer outcomes with community policing; rebuild law enforcement and citizen relationships; save tax dollars through […]

Women’s ACC Basketball Tournament

March 15, 2019

GREENSBORO -– No. 4 Notre Dame claimed its fifth Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament title in six years by routing No. 3 Louisville 99-79 on Sunday. Notre Dame senior forward Jessica Shepard (#32) had a season-high 30 points and 13 rebounds. Junior guard Jackie Young added 21 points and 10 rebounds, graduate forward Brianna Turner scored […]

Mad at Miles: A Black Woman’s Guide to Truth

March 15, 2019

Drawing not only from her own personal experiences with abuse but from the harrowing stories of countless women around her, Atlanta based writer Pearl Cleage was driven to write what she considered a workbook for black women struggling to survive in a society that is at once racist and sexist. What she ended up with […]

Chief Justice Beasley heads the N.C. Supreme Court

March 15, 2019

It was as if all of North Carolina state government had stopped on March 7th at 2 p.m. to recognize that a true moment in history was about to take place. More than a thousand well-wishers, including Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper, and Chief Justice of the N.C. Supreme Court Emeritus Henry Frye, the first African […]

Va. Teams Capture CIAA Championships

March 8, 2019

Men Virginia State University held off a strong second half rally to defeat the Shaw Bears, 77-66, in the 2019 Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Men’s Basketball Championship game Saturday afternoon at the Spectrum Center. The Bears battled to turn a 31-point second half deficit into single-digits but their rally fell short despite a game-high […]

Is sleeping with the baby safe?

March 8, 2019

Is there anything more tragic than a parent losing their infant child? Thousands of infants in the United States die suddenly and unexpectedly every year while sleeping, often due to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) or accidental death from suffocation or strangulation. Bed-sharing or co-sleeping can be one cause of this heart-breaking situation but may […]

Fmr. Attorney General discusses civil rights and the lessons of Greensboro

March 8, 2019

It was a homecoming fit for the nation’s former top law enforcement official as Greensboro community members; faculty and students at Elon School of Law welcomed Loretta Lynch, the 83rd U.S. Attorney General and the first African American woman to hold the position. Lynch recently spoke at Elon as part of the law school’s Distinguished […]

A&T Track and Field Teams Dominate MEAC

March 1, 2019

LANDOVER, MD – The North Carolina A&T track and field teams are starting to become historic and the student-athletes who comprise those teams are becoming legendary. A&T is the first university in MEAC history to sweep the men’s and the women’s indoor championships three years in a row. Women’s Track and Field The women posted […]

Bennett College celebrates honor students amidst accreditation crisis

March 1, 2019

“When the going gets tough, the tough get going,” said Travis Mitchell, chief content officer for UNC-TV, Public Media North Carolina. Quoting his late mother, Mitchell served as Bennett College’s 2019 Honors Convocation keynote speaker on Thursday, February 21 in the Annie Merner Pfeiffer Chapel on campus. Mitchell and his team at UNC-TV were responsible […]

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