Editorial

Commentary: The virus is our teacher

    Commentary: The virus is our teacher

By Robert C. Koehler Last Sunday at 11 a.m. I went for a walk. Even if it’s nothing special, a walk isn’t a normal thing to do these days. But

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Commentary: Forsyth Tech, WSSU center join to put students on ‘wheels’ to success

    Commentary: Forsyth Tech, WSSU center join to put students on ‘wheels’ to success

By John Ralley The point hits hard every day for Forsyth County residents of low resources trying to get ahead: Transportation problems cut across every issue of poverty. Those problems

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Commentary: COVID-19 keeps us inside and waiting indefinitely

    Commentary: COVID-19 keeps us inside and waiting indefinitely

By Dr. James B. Ewers Jr. The coronavirus has made us alter our lifestyles. If you have a job to go to each day, then you have been told by

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Editorial: Life after COVID-19

    Editorial: Life after COVID-19

Putting the pieces of our lives back together By Judie Holcomb-Pack Right now, most of us are focusing on day-to-day survival. It’s hard to look beyond the struggle to find

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Commentary: Trump’s budget proposal reveals his values

  Commentary: Trump’s budget proposal reveals his values

By Dr. Lawrence Wittner It is often said that government budgets are “an expression of values.”  Those values are clear

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Commentary: Nukes: The unmentionable election issue – getting to zero

  Commentary: Nukes: The unmentionable election issue – getting to zero

By Mel Gurtov Where are the Democrats? Why isn’t the present nuclear danger front and center in the Democrats’ presidential

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Commentary: COVID-19 is a plague, but we are sticking together

  Commentary: COVID-19 is a plague, but we are sticking together

By Dr. James B. Ewers Jr. The Coronavirus is beyond anything that I have ever witnessed. This is a nightmare.

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Commentary: Creative empathy in a pandemic

  Commentary: Creative empathy in a pandemic

By Robert C. Koehler One thing about a pandemic: It’s inclusive. We cannot survive it, move beyond it, by protecting

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Commentary: Equality, equity: Leveling the playing field for black students

  Commentary: Equality, equity: Leveling the playing field for black students

Commentary: Equality, equity: Leveling the playing field for black students

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Commentary: War, profit and the coronavirus

  Commentary: War, profit and the coronavirus

Commentary: War, profit and the coronavirus

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