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Michelle Obama’s book sells over 725,000 units
Saturday, November 17, 2018
BECOMING, the highly anticipated memoir by former first lady Michelle Obama, sold more than 725,000 units in all formats and editions in the U.S. and Canada on the first day of its publication. BECOMING’s first-day sales, including preorders, represent the largest single-day sales total for any book published in 2018 by Penguin Random House, the
 
NC A&T returning to Celebration Bowl
Saturday, November 17, 2018
DURHAM – North Carolina A&T had a lot riding on the line in its game against arch-rival North Carolina Central Saturday. First, of course, is the rivalry. The 90th meeting between the two teams in Durham on Senior Day was for bragging rights for the next year. Second, the Aggies needed a win and for Florida A&M to lose to earn a spot at next
 
Christine Darden: ‘Dreaming and on their Shoulders’
Friday, November 16, 2018
DURHAM – The first steps to achieve any goal is to perceive, plan, prepare and persist. That’s what retired mathematician, data analyst and aeronautical engineer Christine Darden said is a key to her career-making accomplishments when she spoke Wednesday to a standing-room-only diverse audience at Durham Technical Community College. “You
 
Eagles try to play spoiler against rival
Thursday, November 15, 2018
Bowie State is the lone CIAA and HBCU representative in the NCAA Division II Super Region 2 playoffs. The No. 4-seed Bulldogs host West Alabama Saturday at noon. It’s the second straight year BSU has hosted a playoff game. The team lost to Delta State last season in the first round. “It was a great accomplishment to win the CIAA championship
 
Falcons, Bears impressive in tourney
Thursday, November 15, 2018
WOMEN N.C. Central (0-3) The Lady Eagles are still seeking their first victory after their third straight double-digit loss, this time to Winthrop, 66-41. Shooting woes continue to plague NCCU, which shot just 29 percent from the field. The Eagles travel to Iowa this weekend before a five-game homestand, beginning with UNC Wilmington on Tuesday at 11
 
Black-owned firm launches unique backpack dolls
Thursday, November 15, 2018
Young black girls can now enjoy playing with a unique toy that reflects what they look like. A new collection, Toys Like Me, features cute dolls with brown skin, natural hair and an adjustable strap that allows children to wear it as a backpack doll. The top of the doll can even be unzipped to store small items in a hidden pouch. Toys Like Me was created
 
NCCU professor and UNC collaborate on cancer drug
Thursday, November 15, 2018
DURHAM – Pancreatic cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer deaths, but not many people know much about it. Advocates are trying to share more knowledge through Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month in November, and researchers at North Carolina Central University and UNC Chapel Hill are working together to reduce the number of deaths from
 
Next big battle in NC politics just days away
Thursday, November 15, 2018
The 2018 election may finally be in the rear view mirror, but, for better or worse, the next battle over the state’s future will commence very soon on Nov. 27. That’s the day that Republican legislative leaders will convene the latest of their endless stream of “special” legislative sessions. Unfortunately, there’s little
 
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Michelle Obama’s book sells over 725,000 units

BECOMING, the highly anticipated memoir by former first lady Michelle Obama, sold more than

NC A&T returning to Celebration Bowl

DURHAM – North Carolina A&T had a lot riding on the line in its game against

Christine Darden: ‘Dreaming and on their Shoulders’

DURHAM – The first steps to achieve any goal is to perceive, plan, prepare and persist.