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Female grads face tough job market
Monday, March 30, 2015
RALEIGH – Resumes and job searches are tops on the minds of thousands of upcoming graduates from North Carolina colleges and universities. And while that first job can be tough for anyone to get, multiple studies indicate it's that much harder for women. Rachel Elahee is a psychologist and life management coach for professional women who said some of
 
American Underground talks Black Wall Street
Monday, March 30, 2015
DURHAM – The Bull City is known for its notable and historical African-American business presence. Parts of downtown is oftentimes referred to as Black Wall Street as it was one of the first places in America where blacks were financially and entrepreneurially prosperous. Clothing company RUNAWAY, in conjunction with American Underground at Main,
 
NCCU School of Law hosts Houston event
Sunday, March 29, 2015
DURHAM —The North Carolina Central School of Law will host its annual Charles Hamilton Houston presentation and reception on March. The guest speaker will be Professor Larry S. Gibson, author of Young Thurgood: The Making of a Supreme Court Justice. Gibson also will lead a discussion about the legacies of Charles Hamilton Houston and Thurgood Marshall
 
Spring ball begins in Aggieland
Friday, March 27, 2015
GREENSBORO – North Carolina A&T head football coach Rod Broadway used the snowy winter months to stay inside and study the 2014 season. As he studied film after film of his team winning nine games and a share of the MEAC title, there were some disturbing things that stood out. Now that the snow is gone and the sun is perched high, it is time for
 
Beyond survival: life after rape
Friday, March 27, 2015
WASHINGTON – “On May 15, 1995, two men ran up behind me as I approached my apartment building, and one of them pointed a gun at my head. In the hour that followed, I was blindfolded, gagged, tied facedown to my bed, and raped by both.” Eight years after that horror, Lori Robinson published those words as an introduction to her guidebook
 
Bowie women take bowling title
Thursday, March 26, 2015
Bowie State women won their fifth CIAA bowling championship in school history. The Bulldogs defeated Virginia State 4-1. Ambrianna Bankston and Shayla Lightfoot were named co-MVPs. “When we play Virginia State, it is always a battle,” BSU coach Kenneth Scott said. “We bring our A game, and they bring their A game. It’s a matter of
 
Coach’s hoop dreams fueled by his passion
Thursday, March 26, 2015
Marc Mitchell, head coach of the reigning Division III women’s basketball national champions, says his vision has been to take whatever program he coaches to the next level. Today, it is the first women’s basketball program in New Jersey to win an NCAA title and fell just short last week in the national tournament of making it back-to-back
 
Charlotte completes sweep of Raleigh
Thursday, March 26, 2015
RALEIGH – For the second time in three weeks, two first-year Tobacco Road Basketball League teams met in a game that would have playoff seeding implications. The Raleigh Revolt lost a two-point contest to the Charlotte Elite in Concord last month. This time the game was played on the Revolt's home court on Shaw’s campus. Raleigh started the
 
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Female grads face tough job market

RALEIGH – Resumes and job searches are tops on the minds of thousands of upcoming

American Underground talks Black Wall Street

DURHAM – The Bull City is known for its notable and historical African-American business

NCCU School of Law hosts Houston event

DURHAM —The North Carolina Central School of Law will host its annual Charles Hamilton