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King holiday brings hope and wariness

2016 saw more millennials and young adults fighting for a cause.

HBCU ‘equality lawsuit’ resumes

On Jan. 9, the remedial portion of litigation brought by a coalition of former and current HBCU students against the state of Maryland will begin.

Advocates for campus safety reach out to Trump nominee

Thirty-two percent of campus rapes are reported, and only 2 percent of rapists actually serve time.

Weather racks havoc on schedules

Guard Rodneysha Martin led the Eagles to their second straight win.


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Envisioning the South without people of color

Donald Trump’s assent to the nation’s highest office has re-energized hate groups who denounce America’s growing multiculturalism. Immediately

You don’t call the police on poverty

I arrived at the Durham Co-op Market on Jan. 2 for coffee and to finish some writing. As I approached the market’s front door, a middle-aged black man

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Dr. Umar Johnson

Dr Umar will be discussing psycho-academic


Hypnotic Brass Ensemble: Concert

The Carolina Theatre of Durham presents Hypnotic


Day 2 Day Dads

Day 2 Day Dads is a fatherhood program serving

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Advocates for campus safety reach out to Trump Nominee

RALEIGH – The confirmation hearing for President-elect Donald Trump's choice for Secretary

Your money in 2017

CARY – After the holiday season, we look at our waistlines and make a resolution to lose

King holiday brings hope and wariness

Next week will be one of contradiction for many. On Monday, we will celebrate the legacy of Dr.