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Alternatives to opioid usage

June 10, 2016

In recent months, addiction to opioid medications has been prominently featured in news media. We hear tragic stories of addiction occurring in so many people across the country. There is the tragic story of the high school athlete who initially took pain medications to aid in the care of an injury. He became addicted to […]

A&T’s Brown, Belcher advance to NCAA Championships

June 3, 2016

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Two North Carolina A&T track and field athletes advanced to the 2016 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Friday during the second day of the East Preliminary Round at the University of North Florida’s Hodges Stadium. Junior Christopher Belcher advanced to the men’s 100 meter semifinals to be held […]

Diet is crucial for good brain health

June 3, 2016

The American Psychiatric Association (APA) recently held its annual conference. One presentation was given on the crucial role diet plays in brain health. This is particularly so when it comes to depression and dementia states Dr. Drew Ramsey, from Columbia University in New York City. There is now an evidence based scale that rates animal […]

YWCA named in honor of Frye

June 3, 2016

The Greensboro YWCA honored longtime educator, philanthropist and community leader, Shirley Taylor Frye by naming its newly renovated 19,300 square foot permanent facility in her honor. She was honored in a ceremony on Thursday, May 26 at the YWCA. Frye, who called the celebration “a humbling experience,” noted that the Y has given her much […]

The MEAC Track & Field Championships

May 27, 2016

Athlete Ranking Time/Mark Men 100 METERS     Christopher Belcher 2nd 10.07 seconds Maurice Eaddy 9th 10.27 seconds Rodney Rowe 18th 10.31 seconds       200 METERS     Christopher Belcher 5th 20.39 seconds Rodney Rowe 35th 20.93 seconds       400 METERS     Dujuan Harding 22nd 46.14 seconds Justin Hamilton 33rd […]

Social security, healthcare, systemic racism addressed at candidate forum

May 27, 2016

Democratic candidates for North Carolina’s 13th Congressional District were on hand Wednesday, May 18 at the Guilford County Democratic Party Headquarters to address issues such as climate change, social security, healthcare, gun control and systemic racism. Twenty-two candidates in all are vying to be the representative of the 13th Congressional District, which was recently redrawn […]

Aggies ready for the world

May 27, 2016

More than 1,400 North Carolina A&T State University (N.C. A&T) graduates, one of largest graduating classes in the university’s history, were conferred degrees during the university’s May 14 Commencement at the Greensboro Coliseum. Chancellor Harold L Martin Sr. (’74) took a moment to shake each graduate’s hand and offer, what seemed to be, a personal […]

How to help prevent medical errors

May 20, 2016

We have recently seen evidence that medical errors are a major cause of deaths. I was shocked when it was reported that these errors could be the third leading cause of death in the United States. I am sure this data will be verified, but regardless, any deaths from medical errors are unacceptable. My next […]

HP Central girls sprint to 4-A finals

May 20, 2016

The High Point Central girls’ track & field team posted eight first place finishes in 19 events to win the NCHSAA 4-A Midwest Track & Field Regional Saturday at Tarpley Stadium on the campus of Dudley High School. The Lady Bison will head to the 4-A state finals this Saturday, May 21 on the campus […]

Quakers and Muslims discuss Islamophobia

May 20, 2016

The Greensboro community engaged in a group discussion on Muslim experiences in North Carolina on Sunday, May 15 at The New Garden Friends Meeting House. Quakers from Friends Meeting, New Garden Friends Meeting, and First Friends joined families from Greensboro Mosques in identifying avenues toward making North Carolina a more peaceful state, as well as […]

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