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Football is back: Dudley Panthers dominate Page Pirates, 32-6

March 4, 2021

With so much uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the only focus for Dudley senior running back Milan Summers this past year was to work on his craft and hope for a chance. At times he wasn’t sure if he’d ever return to the football field again or if he’d even have the ability to showcase […]


Read Across America at Washington Montessori

March 4, 2021

In celebration for Read Across America Week at Washington Montessori Elementary, last Wednesday’s (Feb. 24) school day began with Principal Paul Travers greeting students from Greensboro’s O. Henry Hotel to recognize native son and author O. Henry. Every week during the school year, the principal celebrates Destination Wednesday, opening the day from a nearby venue […]


At the Weatherspoon: Xaviera Simmons, Falk Visiting Artist

March 4, 2021

I am always thinking about the overall history of painting (which is quite long) and the history of photography (which is quite brief). I think about the characters that have or have not populated or owned their lives inside of those imaginative, speculative spaces. — Xaviera Simmons Artist Talk by Xaviera Simmons on Thursday, Mar […]


Building the Black Vote for 2022 Starts Now

March 4, 2021

The N.C. Democratic Party has new top leadership and its former state Rep. Bobbie Richardson of Franklin County. She is the first Black woman ever to hold that post. Richardson certainly has her work cut out for her, given that the 2022 midterm elections are right around the corner. Due to the mixed results for […]


Panthers sink Pirates in return to Millis Center

February 26, 2021

HIGH POINT – Led by redshirt sophomore Jenson Edwards with a career-high 22 points, the High Point University women’s basketball team won its fifth game in a row with a 79-55 victory over Hampton University, Friday afternoon (Feb. 19). It was the first game back at home in the Millis Center for HPU in 34 […]


D1 Fitness helps people succeed

February 26, 2021

Growing up in the small town of Madison, North Carolina, Demarcus Searcy was a fitness fanatic. As a young athlete, he played basketball, baseball, football, and worked out two to three times per day. He loved the feeling of working out, and feeling good, and was always on the hunt for anything that could help […]


N.C.A&TSU Town Hall focuses on COVID-19 with Corbett and Mowry-Hardrict

February 26, 2021

As COVID-19 vaccines begin to roll out globally, many questions and myths continue to permeate communities, particularly those of color. Addressing those issues and concerns, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University will host the virtual Chancellor’s Speaker Series, “Race to Vaccinate,” Tuesday, March 2, at 6 p.m. The town hall on the COVID-19 vaccine […]


FSU Alumni: Allison doesn’t possess qualifications to lead us

February 26, 2021

A Change.Org petition, sponsored by Fayetteville State University Concerned Alumni, and sent to Congresswoman Alma Adams (D-NC-12), Gov. Roy Cooper and State Sen. Ben Clark (D-21), seeks “the removal of the newly appointed Fayetteville State University Chancellor Darrell Allison. The all-Republican UNC Board of Governors appointed Allison, a former member of UNC Board of Governors […]


Page sweeps HP Central

February 17, 2021

The Page Pirates played host to a double header basketball Metro 4-A Conference series featuring the High Point Central Bison. The game was held at Page’s Mac Morris Gym on Friday, Feb 12. In girls action, the Pirates raced to a 23-7 half time lead. They outscored the Bison 38-12 in the second half rolling […]


Trauma has history and history is now

February 17, 2021

It seems unfathomable that the events of the past year are real. Coronavirus, death, politics, violence, rhetoric, death, unyielding pressure, job loss, sudden homeschooling, death, people without food, home loss, and lest we forget, death, have all been prominent occurrences in the past year. Death is mentioned here once for every 100,000 times it occurred […]


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