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Local girl up for national honor

    Local girl up for national honor

An eight-year-old Winston-Salem girl has been named a semifinalist in the 2013 Build-A-Bear Workshop Huggable Heroes competition. Angelysé Coleman is one of 80 young social entrepreneurs being recognized for helping

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Everyone making millions except college athletes

    Everyone making millions except college athletes

The recent Wall Street Journal editorial, “California’s Pay-to-Play Bill,” is another example of the hypocrisy that plagues college sports. The newspaper’s parent company, News Corps, is launching its new sports

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WSSU’s Sedwick elected to UNC student government group

    WSSU’s Sedwick elected to UNC student government group

Olivia N. Sedwick, a sophomore at Winston-Salem State University, was elected senior vice president of the UNC system’s Association of Student Governments (ASG) at the group’s March 23 meeting on

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Professors tackle movies and the Bible

    Professors tackle movies and the Bible

Two Greensboro College professors have had essays included in a new book on how movies interpret the Bible. W. Barnes Tatum, Jefferson Pilot Emeritus Professor of Religion and Philosophy, contributed

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Bishop receives Zeta award

    Bishop receives Zeta award

The 2013 recipient of Nu Tau Zeta Chapter’s Community Service Award is a native of Winston-Salem whose motto is, “To

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Radical Living Requires Power

    Radical Living Requires Power

Devotional Reading: John 15:1-7 Lesson Scripture: Acts 2:1-13 Lesson Aims: To appreciate the various ways Jesus shows up in our

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WSSU’s Massey signs with CFL

    WSSU’s Massey signs with CFL

Winston-Salem State’s Jameze Massey has signed with the Canadian Football League’s Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Massey is a 5-8, 170 pound

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Couple’s donation to help first generation college students

    Couple’s donation to help first generation college students

Dr. Steven and Becky Scott have committed $6.5 million to further the education of first generation college students through Wake

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State doctors concerned about Medicaid proposals

    State doctors concerned about Medicaid proposals

The North Carolina Academy of Family Physicians (NCAFP) has concerns about the legislature’s plan to overhaul North Carolina’s Medicaid program.“Today,

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RiverRun to honor three up and comers

    RiverRun to honor three up and comers

Terence Nance will be among this year’s RiverRun International Film Festival’s Spark Award winners. The Dallas, Texas native studied visual

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