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newhope church gives hope to all
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
HILLSBOROUGH – Pastor Benji Kelley had a vision 14 years ago, but even he didn’t have the foresight to know what his church would become today. newhope (all lower case) church began in Kelley’s home over a decade ago and now ministers to roughly 7,000 people. The church celebrated its 14th Vision Day and launched its 10th campus in
 
Put off your old self
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
Every now and then, I fall into the trap that lets me know my faith walk needs work. I do realize that I am in a constant state of effort and often come up short in what I believe should be a sincere attempt to “do it right.” At these times, I am more than a little frustrated because I can find numerous opportunities to be more Christian, as I
 
BOOK: Sister Souljah talks Love
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
No Disrespect By Sister Souljah It’s been nearly 25 years since rapper Sister Souljah gained national attention by publicly challenging then-presidential hopeful Bill Clinton’s racially marginalizing campaign rhetoric. The Rutgers-educated activist recently released her memoir “No Disrespect,” a graphic autobiography that attempts
 
Stefanie Jackson exhibit comes to Stone Center
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
CHAPEL HILL – Noted artist Stefanie Jackson’s exhibition, La Sombra y el Espiritu IV: Figurative Visions and Collective Histories - The Work of Stefanie Jackson, will be shown at the Stone Center’s Robert and Sallie Brown Gallery and Museum. Jackson, a professor at the Lamar Dodd School of Art at the University of Georgia, is one of the
 
How accurate is the Civil War drama ‘Mercy Street’?
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
Period sagas are the next big thing. As if yearning for some wistful bits of the past, public television docu-series like “Finding Your Roots” and “Who Do You Think You Are?” gave way to cable productions like the celebrated “Boardwalk Empire,” “Hell on Wheels,” and “Copper.” Using a successful
 
COLLEGE HAPPENINGS
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
UNC-CHAPEL HILL The Southern Historical Collection at UNC’s Wilson Library will use a $500,000 challenge grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to help establish a permanent African- American Collections and Outreach archivist. The new position will lead the effort to collect the untold stories of black communities, something the SHC
 
Cooke Foundation Scholarships
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
Cooke Foundation Scholarships The application period is open for the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation's Young Scholars Program. Outstanding seventh-grade students with financial need can apply for the program, which provides many benefits and can lead to the Cooke Foundation's prestigious college scholarship. Students selected as Cooke Young Scholars get
 
Shaw/SAU split rival matchup
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
RALEIGH – Shaw women team had no trouble shattering crosstown rival Saint Augustine’s 92-55 in a CIAA South contest Monday night. The Lady Bears extended their win streak to seven games and post a 17-6 overall record, 9-1 in the CIAA and 5-0 mark in the division. Shaw outscored SAU (3-18, 0-11 CIAA) in all four quarters, while shooting 50
 
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