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Adams Lauds Congress Making Future Act Permanent

December 19, 2019

For almost two months, it looked as if the U.S. Senate was going to allow Rep. Alma Adams’ FUTURE Act bill – established in 2008, which reauthorizes “…$255 million in critical funding for “Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) for the next two years, including $85 million for HBCUs – to go the way of other measures […]

HPU wins OT thriller over Elon

December 12, 2019

HIGH POINT — The High Point University men’s basketball team made a season-high 10 three pointers en route to a 70-66 overtime victory over Elon in front of a sold-out Millis Center on Thursday (Dec. 5) evening. Six Panthers hit from deep in a back-and-forth contest that saw 13 lead changes. Freshman John-Michael Wright led […]

Greensboro Holiday Parade 2019

December 12, 2019

Parade attendees, young and old, lined the streets of downtown Greensboro on the morning of December 7 to celebrate the holiday season. The Greensboro Holiday Parade has been a downtown tradition for decades, featuring huge Macy’s parade style balloons, marching bands, dance teams, floats and the grand finale, Santa and Mrs. Claus. The Holiday Parade […]

Outrage over Trump’s pick for N.C. Federal Bench

December 12, 2019

Not since 2006 has a permanent judge presided over U.S. District Court in North Carolina’s Eastern District. Three presidents of the United States have tried to fill the vacancy since then, including President Obama, who nominated two African American female jurists. That effort was stopped by North Carolina U.S. Republican Sen. Richard Burr. But now, […]

Habitat Greensboro dedicates new home

December 11, 2019

After a year of planning and building, Habitat for Humanity Greensboro dedicated its first all-women constructed home on December 7. The 1,500 square foot, 5-bedroom, 3-bath home was built for the Adamou and Tchatchibara family and is located on Asher Downs Drive. The home is on a block located in the Greensboro White Oaks neighborhood […]

Aggies win third straight

December 5, 2019

North Carolina A&T women’s basketball team won its third consecutive game with a 75-44 win over Division II Saint Augustine’s Monday night at Corbett Sports Center. “I wasn’t happy with how we performed, but I’m happy that we performed like that and still got a win,” head coach Tarrell Robinson said. Senior guard C’coriea Foy […]

State and federal candidates get greenlight to file for office

December 5, 2019

With a three-judge panel deciding Monday that the N.C. General Assembly’s most recent congressional maps can be used for the 2020 elections, the way was finally cleared for candidates for federal office to join their local, state and legislative counterparts to begin filing for office. The filing period, which began on Monday, December 2, ends […]

Movie Review: Queen & Slim

November 27, 2019

It’s lyrical. Like an extended poem with waves of emotion, heady rumination, love proclamations and lost souls gathering around a common issue. Some will recollect the true-life story of Bonnie and Clyde, but they gained fame for crimes and robbing banks. A closer comparison is Thelma & Louise, two feminist icons who were pushed into […]

Celebration Bowl Bound Aggies head to Atlanta

November 27, 2019

N.C.A&TSU 54 NCCU 0 It’s was cold. It was rainy. And it was glorious. On the final afternoon of the 2019 regular season, A&T overcame awful weather and field conditions to throttle North Carolina Central 54-0 last Saturday to earn yet another trip to the Celebration Bowl in Atlanta. In what was their most convincing […]

Giving on Thanksgiving

November 27, 2019

More than 37 million people struggle with hunger in the United States, according to Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization. U.S. Department of Agriculture statistics reveal that 24 food deserts exist in Guilford County – 17 in Greensboro and seven in High Point and more than 35,000 people across the county are food […]

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