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Tuesday, March 31, 2020

A&T in stride at Aggie Invitational

April 19, 2019

Despite all the rain that dripped onto the surface of North Carolina A&T’s Irwin Belk Track Saturday afternoon during the Aggie Invitational, the N.C. A&T track and field outdoor teams came away healthy, improved and drenched. A day after looking excellent in the sprints at the Aggie Invitational, the Aggies returned on Saturday and had […]

Aging and preventing cognitive loss

April 19, 2019

As people begin to age there are certain conditions that are of concern to them. They worry about their blood pressure and its effects on their body. These patients worry about the possibility of having a heart attack and how that could change one’s life. There seems to be even more concern about a stroke […]

Movie Review: Little

April 19, 2019

Little is a guilty pleasure. The guilt comes as you watch a 14-year-old actress (Marsai Martin, Black-ish) behaving like a lustful 38-year-old female who flirts with a middle school teacher. It’s kinda pervy. Or when an executive assistant (Issa Rae, HBO’s Insecure) points to her nether regions and gives a man a sexy stare. Fine […]

GCS Superintendent recommends two schools for possible closure

April 19, 2019

“Gateway Education Center will remain open,” said GCS Superintendent Sharon Contreras at a Guilford County Schools Board of Education work session on April 17. More than 50 parents and supporters of the special needs school attended the meeting in search of answers after learning the school was recommended for closure next school year. Parents were […]

Aggies set pace at Phoenix Invitational

April 12, 2019

ELON – North Carolina A&T took many of its up and coming track and field athletes a few miles down the road to Elon University Saturday (April 6) to compete in the Phoenix Invitational at the Belk and White Field Complex. The Aggies, who are a week away from hosting their own track meet on […]

JustTEENS Clinic provides safe, secure clinic procedure for teens

April 12, 2019

Adolescents are searching for a place to go that is teen friendly, private and confidential to receive health services. Access to healthcare is still extremely important to teens and young adults even though they are caught up in school, extracurricular activities or hanging out with friends and family. JustTEENS Clinic is the best place they […]

GSO Business League stresses minority economic development

April 12, 2019

The Greensboro Business League met with members of the Guilford County State delegation and Sec. Anthony Copeland, N.C. Secretary of Commerce to discuss future economic development opportunities for local underserved communities. The two-hour meeting was held at New Light Missionary Baptist Church on April 8. “African Americans are investing into a government that does not […]

Aggies rally past Tigers, 6-5

April 5, 2019

A&T senior Dawnoven Smith belted a three-run homer in the eighth inning to tie the game and senior Jason King hit a pinch-hit, walk-off single in the ninth to lead the North Carolina A&T baseball team to a 6-5 win over Savannah State (SSU) Saturday afternoon (March 30) at War Memorial Stadium. The win evens […]

New guidelines from the American Heart Association

April 5, 2019

The American Heart Association (AHA) and the American College of Cardiology (ACC) have released new guidelines about prevention of heart disease and for the most part, these organizations are changing their attitude about aspirin. Now they say, it is not prudent to risk the possibility of having a gastric bleed ,the possible result of consuming […]

Justice for Marcus Smith rally leads to possible city investigation

April 5, 2019

The Greensboro City Council has agreed to discuss launching an independent investigation into the death of Marcus Smith, a man who died last year while in police custody. The North Carolina NAACP, Beloved Community Center, Greensboro Pulpit Forum, the #JusticeforMarcusSmith Coalition, and community members joined the Smith family for a rally demanding justice for his […]

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