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Gaskins hits winner for Falcons sweep over Shaw
Sunday, February 14, 2016
RALEIGH – For the second time in three games, St. Augustine’s guard Anthony Gaskins hit the winning shot as time expired. Gaskins banked in a running buzzer-beating 3-pointer to give the Falcons a thrilling 93-90 double overtime victory over crosstown rival Shaw at packed Spaulding Gymnasium Saturday. Gaskins finished with a season-high 29
 
Film Review: Deadpool
Saturday, February 13, 2016
“I’m super, but I’m not a superhero,” clarifies Deadpool, a petulant mutate. Yes, he has mighty powers, but no pretense about being a nice guy. If there is ever an Avengers Hall of Fame, he’ll never get there; they wouldn’t even let him clean the latrines. If you’re looking for an unconventional protagonist with a
 
Shaw's Richardson hits milestone
Friday, February 12, 2016
Another coaching position became available last week when Mississippi Valley State released women’s basketball coach Elvis Robinson. Assistant coach Melvin Williams has been named interim. Robinson led the Lady Delta Devils to a 17-15 record in his first season, but has gone 16-63 in the past three years. MVSU is on an eight-game losing streak.
 
B-R-R-R-R, too cold for spring sports
Friday, February 12, 2016
CC just can’t believe it! One more week till the CIAA tournament. And you know what that means: our annual All-CIAA Review. Yep, all 24 teams. Didn’t we just do one yesterday? Oh well, must keep up the tradition, and CC better not hear any complaining, either. WOMEN N.C. Central The Lady Eagles open their softball season this weekend in the
 
Wildcats sign pro contracts
Friday, February 12, 2016
The Brisbane Outlaws of the National Gridiron League in Australia has added four Bethune-Cookman players to its roster. All-America linebacker Jarkevis Fields finished third all-time in tackles with 317, six shy of tying the school record. Defensive end Dyron Dye was a Miami transfer and played one season in 2013. He recorded 36 tackles, including nine
 
BOOK: Author tackles strategies to heal America
Thursday, February 11, 2016
Is America Ready to Heal? By Terrence Perry Perry believes America will collectively agree #AllLivesMatter once it embraces the process of self-healing and embarks on a journey to address sexism, racism and other social perils that threaten to dismantle the country. Perry, a former veteran Wake County corrections officer and mental health professional,
 
Movie Review: The Birth of a Nation
Thursday, February 11, 2016
PARK CITY, Utah — Nate Parker left a successful Hollywood acting career behind to make the movie that mattered most to him. It took seven years for Parker to bring the story of slave rebellion leader Nat Turner to the screen. “The Birth of a Nation” premiered last week at the Sundance Film Festival. “I’ve poured everything
 
Scammers try to capitalize on college loan efforts
Thursday, February 11, 2016
RALEIGH – The pressure is on for tens of thousands of high school and college students in North Carolina, as they try to access the federal financial aid available. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is the first step to getting money for the majority of students, and while it costs nothing to apply, experts say there are unscrupulous
 
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Gaskins hits winner for Falcons sweep over Shaw

RALEIGH – For the second time in three games, St. Augustine’s guard Anthony Gaskins

Film Review: Deadpool

“I’m super, but I’m not a superhero,” clarifies Deadpool, a petulant

Shaw's Richardson hits milestone

Another coaching position became available last week when Mississippi Valley State released