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Domestic Violence is Serious and Preventable

February 5, 2016

It’s a Matter of Your Health Domestic violence is a serious preventable public health problem affecting more than 32 million Americans. It is found in all ages, all socioeconomic groups, ethnicities, gender identities and sexual preferences. Domestic violence is actual or threatened psychological, physical or sexual harm by a current partner or former partner or […]


Cy Alexander resigns as A&T men’s basketball coach

February 5, 2016

North Carolina A&T men’s basketball coach Cy Alexander has resigned his position effective immediately. Associate head coach Jay Joyner will serve as interim head coach for the remainder of the season, Director of Athletics Earl M. Hilton III announced on Friday, Jan. 29. Joyner made his Division I head coaching debut last Saturday when the […]


Bennett College celebrates 90th anniversary

February 5, 2016

Bennett College celebrates its 90th anniversary this year and has a series of events scheduled to mark the milestone. “Here at Bennett College we develop young women into future teachers, scientists, journalists, entrepreneurs, social workers, and the list goes on-because we go on,” said Bennett College President Rosalind Fuse-Hall. “As we celebrate 90 years of […]


Understanding the N.C. NAACP Lawsuit Against Voter ID

January 29, 2016

The plaintiffs’ pre-trial brief in the voter identification lawsuit being heard in federal court in Winston–Salem this week, alleges that Republican lawmakers amended the strict 2013 voter ID law last summer just prior to the first federal trial because “…the State recognized that …there was no evidence of in-person voter fraud in North Carolina, thus […]


N.C. Medicaid reform would benefit nearly half million people

January 29, 2016

December 18 marked the one year anniversary of the release of a first-of-its-kind, county-by-county study showing that by 2020 the North Carolina workforce could grow by more than 43,000 jobs, and the state’s economy could gain tens of billions in business revenue if the state expands Medicaid eligibility requirements. The report, a nonpartisan economic analysis—authored […]


Super Bowl Bound

January 29, 2016

CHARLOTTE – Cam Newton threw for two touchdowns and ran for two more, and linebacker Luke Kuechly and safeties Kurt Coleman and Tre Boston came up with two takeaways apiece as the Carolina Panthers claimed the final coveted spot in Super Bowl 50 with a 49-15 triumph over the Arizona Cardinals at Bank of America […]


East Greensboro to see wave of economic development

January 29, 2016

A District 2 community meeting was held at Bennett College Tuesday night. District 2 council member Jamal Fox presented to the community what he called “a roadmap for the future of District 2.” Fox noted that it is economic development and investment that will help address some of the district’s most pertinent issues such as […]


Panthers oust Crusaders in MLK Day N.C. Scholastic Classic

January 22, 2016

Juniors Josh Hopkins (22 points) and Hendon Hooker (20) paced the Dudley Panthers to a 75-69 victory in the 14th annual N.C. Scholastic Classic over Fayetteville’s Trinity Christian Monday night (Jan. 18) at the Greensboro Coliseum. After trailing in the contest for the first time 65-64, with less than two-minutes remaining, Dudley outscored Trinity Christian […]


Duke handles Wake Forest

January 15, 2016

WINSTON-SALEM – Despite 20-point scoring efforts from seniors Devin Thomas and Codi Miller-McIntyre, the Wake Forest men’s basketball team fell, 91-75, to No. 14-ranked Duke in its first home ACC game of the season on Wednesday, Jan. 6, at the LJVM Coliseum. The reigning NCAA champion Blue Devils improved to 13-2 with a 2-0 league […]


USDA & HHS create new dietary guidelines & controversy

January 15, 2016

Well, they are at it again. The Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) have released their awaited five year recommendations regarding what we should be eating. To say that there is controversy surrounding these recommendations is an understatement. Why is there such controversy? What food we decide to […]


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