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Clinton renews support for HBCUs at St. Aug’s

Saint Augustine’s University was the host site for an early vote event with Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton last Sunday.

Youth mentors balance family with a labor of love

Carlton Koonce, right, of Partners for Youth Opportunity, has mentored hundreds of Durham teens like Nautica Lane.

Hillside kicks off season with ‘The Wiz’

Wendell Tabb, middle, poses with students and ‘The Wiz cast members Jordan Jarmon, Brianna Outlaw, Jordan Hankerson, Camryn Sherer, Bryanna Williams, Daniella Ochman, and Nasjah Batts.

A&T women, Howard men picked first

Hampton senior Malia Tate-DeFreitas was named women’s preseason player of the year.


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Four things Obama can do in his last 100 days

The countdown to President Obama’s last 100 began on Oct. 13. Already, the president has committed to spending his waning days in office by campaigning for

Don’t blame black voters if Clinton loses

Now that the dust has settled around President Obama's comments at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's Phoenix Awards Dinner, let me give you my take on the

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Leo Kottke

The two-time Grammy nominee and perennial


50 Years of Desegration

The Lincoln High-Orange County Training School


Freedom Fund Banquet

Durham Branch NAACP will host its 42nd annual

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Best college rivlary gets national audience

When the MEAC released its TV football schedule during the preseason, it listed a second

2 weeks left in CIAA season

The SIAC’s Tuskegee was upset by Kentucky State 10-9 last weekend. There are no more

Chowan opens new center

The SIAC, that other Division II HBCU conference, has extended its partnership with the NFL to