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Late 3-pointer cost Aggies a loss to UMES

January 13, 2017

Maryland Eastern Shore put together a 3-point shooting display late against the North Carolina A&T women’s basketball team to leave Corbett Sports Center Monday afternoon with a 60-57 win. The Aggies (5-11, 1-2 MEAC) split their first Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference home stand after beating Delaware State on Saturday. But they nearly took both games after […]


Yes We Did: Obama Rallies All Americans in Farewell Speech

January 13, 2017

CHICAGO – Those were the words that Barack Hussein Obama used to end his farewell speech to America on Tuesday, eight years after he won the presidency, campaigning on the slogan, “Yes, we can!” For nearly an hour, the nation’s 44th Commander-In-Chief reminded everyone that history will not only show him to be the first […]


NW Guilford & GDS win HAECO Tourney

January 6, 2017

Championship Girls – NW Guilford 48, Northern 33 Boys – GDS 54, NW Guilford 36 Third Place Girls – Dudley 47, Page 44 Boys – Dudley 58, Northern 52 Lady Vikings win third consecutive HAECO The Northwest Guilford Lady Vikings, under head coach Darlene Joyner, came in the 2016 HAECO Invitational tournament under dogs to […]


Last year’s stories reveal need for 2017 Black Agenda

January 6, 2017

As the Obama era comes to a close, a snapshot of the top Black press stories of the past year alone reveal a need for a clear Black agenda as African Americans still struggle for equality and justice. “We are spending trillions in wars without end. Inequality has reached extremes not witnessed since the eve […]


Your behavior shapes your temperament

January 6, 2017

As we go along in life, things do not always go well. I recently read an article that pointed out a fact we all know, but may not really look at. Life can in fact be quite messy. We make detailed plans for a beautiful event and something happens. The food is cold. You are […]


HAECO Invitational Semifinals

December 29, 2016

The semifinals of the 41st HAECO Invitational basketball tournament played at the Greensboro Special Events Center concluded on Tuesday, December 27. In women’s play, Northwest Guilford jumped to a 16-2 lead and never looked back defeating Page 52-19. Cayla King led the Vikings with 16 points, teammate Elizabeth Kitley added 14 points and 18 rebounds. […]


New school board members sworn in

December 29, 2016

Guilford County Schools officially has a new school board. All nine Guilford County Board of Education members were sworn in during the board’s regularly scheduled meeting. Every seat on the board was elected in November due to a new law that redrew district lines, reduced the number of seats from eleven to nine, and changed […]


Black lawmakers blast HB 2 repeal failure

December 29, 2016

Some are calling it “the failure heard around the world,” and as rhetorical as that seems, the N.C. General Assembly’s inability to follow-through on an apparent deal to repeal the infamous House Bill 2 “bathroom” law during a pre-Christmas Special Session has reverberated well beyond North Carolina’s borders. “Failure to repeal ‘bathroom bill’ ensures North […]


NCA&TSU Holiday Concert featured on UNC-TV

December 28, 2016

Join UNC-TV’s “Black Issues Forum” and host/producer Deborah Holt Noel in celebrating the holiday season with a special presentation featuring profiles and musical highlights from North Carolina A&T State University’s Annual Christmas Concert, “A Maestro and His Chorus” and “A Holiday Music Special.”  Meet Maestro Travis W. Alexander, lead soloist Detra Davis and senior Tobias Hill and […]


N.C. NAACP to sue lawmakers over special session

December 28, 2016

The N.C. NAACP says that it is “planning to sue” the Republican-led N.C. General Assembly once again, alleging that it committed “violations of the [1965] Voting Rights Act [and] the Equal Protection Clause” when it stripped incoming Democrat Governor Roy Cooper of various appointment powers during what it believes was an “illegal” extra special session […]


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