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NCCU beats N.C. A&T for share of MEAC title
Saturday, November 21, 2015
GREENSBORO – With the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference regular-season title on the line, North Carolina Central knocked off nationally-ranked rival North Carolina A&T to earn a share of the conference championship for the second straight year. The Eagles beat the Aggies 21-16 for their seventh win in a row. In front of a near-capacity crowd of
St. Aug’s and Shaw freshmen sweep top volleyball honors
Friday, November 20, 2015
RALEIGH – St. Augustine’s freshman Zoey Isom and Shaw freshman Kelly Murphy were named CIAA Volleyball Rookie of the Year and Player of the Year, respectively. Isom was a force in her first season. She finished the season as the conference leader in digs (457) and digs per set (5.13) after leading in both categories most of the year. “I
KYN: Cop by day, radio host by night
Thursday, November 19, 2015
Know Your Neighbor highlights the extraordinary deeds of ordinary people. DURHAM – When Elliott C. Hoskins was little, he wanted to be superman. Now all grown up, he may not be a superhero but he has dedicated his life to helping people through word and deed, so perhaps he’s not that different from Clark Kent after all. Hoskins works as a
Can state refuse Syrian refugees?
Thursday, November 19, 2015
CHARLOTTE – North Carolina is one of at least 27 states whose governors have opposed settling Syrian refugees in light of the recent attacks in Paris. Underlying their concerns is the fact one of the attackers entered France by posing as a Syrian refugee. Legal experts assert there is legal precedent that the federal government sets immigration and
A DPS grad gives back at Y.E. Smith
Thursday, November 19, 2015
DURHAM – Durham native Letisha Judd used to walk the halls of Durham Public Schools as a student. These days, she still walks those halls, only now as a principal. Judd is the principal of Y.E. Smith Elementary Museum School. As its title infers, Smith stands out from other Northeast Central Durham schools in that it focuses on hands-on and diverse
SAU men off to fast start
Thursday, November 19, 2015
Fayetteville State alumnus Tyrrel Tate has signed a contract with the Moncton Miracles of the NBL Canada. Tate will join the training camp in December. “What makes Tyrrel stand out is his diversity as a perimeter player,” Moncton coach Serge Langis said. “He can easily play and defend the 2-3 position for us. He’s also a player of
Chowan joins conference
Thursday, November 19, 2015
Chowan has been accepted as an associate member in Conference Carolinas. The Hawks will compete in women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, and men’s and women’s lacrosse effective Jan. 2017. No, they are not leaving the CIAA. The conference doesn’t sponsor any of these sports. “Chowan’s athletic programs
Aggies, Eagles have produced thrilling finishes
Thursday, November 19, 2015
Let’s get it on! I-I-I-I-I-I beg you, let’s get it on! OK, the late Marvin Gaye wasn’t talking football when this song was made, but you get the gist. After hoping and praying and hoping some more, the Aggie-Eagle Classic (I still call it that) is for all the marbles. Bragging rights are fine, but face it, something would have been lost
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