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The Panthers of High Point University win the Big South Baseball Championship. HIGH POINT – The High Point University baseball team won its first Big South title in program history as they defeated …

Onward and Upward

Let the tassels turn. High school graduation season has begun for seniors attending Guilford County Schools (GCS). This year, nearly 6,000 graduates from 30 schools will earn diplomas and march into …

N.C. Gubernatorial candidate Mark Robinson calls Critical Race Theory “garbage” and “absolutely sickening,” even though Critical Race Theory is not taught in North Carolina public …

Somber ceremonies punctuated the Memorial Day weekend in Greater Greensboro, with honor and dignity remembering the valiant service of men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces who died in combat. …

Plastic pollution is one of the great environmental challenges of the 21st century, causing wide-ranging damage to ecosystems and human health. Courtesy of Greenpeace. The adage about knowing who …

Presentation of the Order of the Long Leaf Pine Award to Chancellor Harold L. Martin Sr. Pictured from left are N.C. Secretary of Revenue Ronald G. Penny, N.C. Senator Dan Blue, First Lady Davida W. …

Bennett College’s Class of 2024 Commencement Ceremony marked a momentous occasion for students who, four years ago, began their Bennett journey virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic. At the Campus …

Is the Republican legislative drive to ban wearing medical masks in public directed towards African Americans? Dawn Blagrove, an attorney and executive director of Emancipate NC, thinks so. “What …

The body likes things to remain the same. Sometimes it will pull out all the stops to make weight loss maintenance difficult. As the warmer months approach, people become concerned about how they …

Attorney Caitlin Swain (left) addresses the public with plaintiffs nearby. It’s now up to a Black federal judge to decide whether North Carolina’s 2018 voter ID law is racially biased against …

Graduation at North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University is always a special time. This year’s graduating class at A&T, as well as those at other universities across the nation, are …

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University held its graduate student ceremony Friday, May 10, at 9 a.m. in the Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts. Ending his 15-year …

Cone Health Equity Summit Keynote Speaker Dr. Ron Wyatt (left) and Dr. Olu Jegede, chairperson of the Cone Health Equity Summit and vice president of Clinical Care-Health Equity at Cone Health. Photo …

STEM Night at Oak Ridge

Preparing to craft a Rosie-Copter, first grade student Lisa Emokpae and her mother Ejiro Emokpae join nearly 1,000 attendees at Oak Ridge Elementary’s annual STEM Family Night. Photo by Ivan Saul …

Former U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch Former U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, the first African American woman in U.S. history to hold the post, told graduating students during North …

Taking supplements can be an insurance policy for getting needed minerals and vitamins but they should not be a substitute for fruits and vegetables. Many people strive to have a diet that is full of …

Spartan sophomore pitcher Julien Peissel throws a strike against VMI. Peissel completed six innings giving up five hits and two runs. Photo by Joe Daniels/Carolina Peacemaker. The UNC Greensboro …

A Day at Dudley

Senior Tziporah Slade, Miss Dudley 2023-2024. Photo by Ivan Saul Cutler/Carolina Peacemaker. As a new day unfolds, Dudley High School’s faculty and staff gather at the entrance, ready to welcome …

Morehouse graduates react to President Barack Obama as he delivers the commencement address in May 2013. President Joe Biden’s upcoming commencement address at Morehouse College has ignited …

2024 Aggie ESPYs

The North Carolina A&T Department of Athletics held its annual ESPYs Athletics Awards Banquet Monday at the Alumni-Foundation Event Center on campus to celebrate the accomplishments of its …

Movie review: The Long Game

Jay Hernandez stars as WWII marine veteran JB Peña in The Long Game. Watching people beg and fight for equal access and dignity is sobering. But that’s what happened in the ‘50s before the anger …

Astronaut Koch lands at A&T

NASA Astronaut Christina Koch, center in blue flight jacket, listens to Vertical Take-off and Landing (VTOL) Drone Team students discuss their work in the drone lab of the Harold L. Martin Sr. …

The UNC System Board of Governors - All Republican appointees who oversee policy at all 17 UNC system campuses across the state, including five public HBCU’s - is poised to approve a policy that …

A&T’s Kevin White (#10, sophomore) throws and runs for a touchdown. White was one of five players in the quarterback position during the Blue & Gold game. Photo by Kevin Dorsey/ NCATSU …

Last week, the world was taken aback by news that former football great O.J. Simpson had died of prostate cancer at age 76. In January, eye-opening news that Dexter Scott King, one of late civil …

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