Share Support ACS To the Editor: As a longtime board member of AIDS Care Service, I want to express my deepest gratitude for the responsible, continuing attention paid by The Chronicle to this essential
Share Blind volunteers provide students with enlightening experience Modern advocates for the blind visited Salem Academy and College Oct. 16, nearly 100 years to day that Helen Keller – the first deaf and blind
Share Historian Joseph McGill is sleeping in slave cabins throughout the East Coast, and he’s coming to Historic Stagville for his Slave Dwelling Project. McGill, a descendant of slaves, is traveling across the country
Share UNCG’s 2013-14 University Performing Arts Series is offering a celebration of Dr. Maya Angelou and a hip-hop competition for students punctuated by a performance by hip-hop artist MC Lyte. The series, managed by
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