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SAU's Belle wins big at Penn Relays
Friday, April 28, 2017
Chowan men’s tennis earned an at-large berth to the NCAA Atlantic Region II Tournament Tuesday night. The Hawks are seeded No. 2 after going 15-7 overall, including a win over No. 1 seed Bluefield State. The CIAA is not eligible for an automatic bid anymore since it doesn’t have the required number of men’s tennis programs. Baseball will
 
Meet The Tribune's Top Seniors
Friday, April 28, 2017
Passion, hard work, keys to student’s success APEX – They say people with great passion can make the impossible happen. Apex High senior Sydney Floryanzia believes it. “Don’t passively accept failure. Work as hard as you can,” she said. “Try to work toward a goal. Identify and follow your passion, especially if that
 
Celebrate diversity
Friday, April 28, 2017
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – "The beauty (and effectiveness) of Southern Baptists is their diversity," I wrote in a column after my first Southern Baptist Convention in Baltimore in 2014. I was amazed that so many different personalities comprised this group of evangelicals known as the SBC. However, I have not always prized diversity. As one of the few
 
Durham bridge evangelism offers faith, friendship
Friday, April 28, 2017
DURHAM – As semi-trucks rumble noisily overhead, a sizable crowd gathers for food, faith and fellowship under the Durham Freeway Bridge. Even on snowy winter days and humid summers, you can find Pastor David Smith and his wife, Cheryl, beneath the bridge on the third Saturday of every month. As drivers honk their horns and pump their brakes,
 
BOOK: Prince’s ex details their life in memoir
Thursday, April 27, 2017
The Most Beautiful: My Life with Prince By Mayte Garcia Love, grief, loss and legacy are just a few of the reasons Garcia is stepping back into the purple light with a new memoir covering her 11 years with the late music icon Prince. Garcia was just 16, a fan and already a professional belly dancer, when her mother slipped one of Prince’s entourage
 
Mom turns daughter’s ‘stroke miracle’ into a book
Thursday, April 27, 2017
A couple days before Christmas, La’Wana Harris’ 17-year-old daughter, Jasmine, complained of a headache and seemed sluggish and irritable. Harris just thought it was due to the busy time of year and the hard work they had just done at a toy drive for church. She had no idea that her teenage daughter was having a stroke. On Christmas Day,
 
NCCU track keeps Walker’s legacy alive
Thursday, April 27, 2017
DURHAM – Hakeem Mohammed thought he had given his all. The former North Carolina Central track star had practiced so hard, he was ready to vomit. Seeking a supportive shoulder to lean on, he asked his coach if he could take a break. Bad idea. Coach Michael Lawson urged Mohammed to “go ahead and throw up” and then head back on the track.
 
NCCU's success comes with a price
Thursday, April 27, 2017
Jerry Mack could only look over at Athletics Director Ingrid Wicker McCree and smile. McCree had just said how football and men’s basketball had spoiled her and that she “expects more championships.” Mack, North Carolina Central’s football coach, jokingly shook his head and replied, “We’ve come a long way from
 
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SAU's Belle wins big at Penn Relays

Chowan men’s tennis earned an at-large berth to the NCAA Atlantic Region II Tournament

Meet The Tribune's Top Seniors

Passion, hard work, keys to student’s success APEX – They say people with great

Celebrate diversity

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – "The beauty (and effectiveness) of Southern Baptists is their