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Exhibit showcases glamour of Ebony Fashion Fair
Saturday, October 21, 2017
RALEIGH – Ebony and Jet magazines gave blacks an avenue to read positive and uplifting stories. The Ebony Fashion Fair told black women they were beautiful with its cosmetics line and extraordinary fashion shows that featured both black female and male models. The North Carolina Museum of Art will relive those memories with its “Inspiring
 
Hard to hate on Coach K
Friday, October 20, 2017
I really want to hate Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski. But he’s making it so hard. Growing up a diehard Tar Heel fan in Greenville, North Carolina, the big rivalry for Carolina back then was North Carolina State. David Thompson, Monte Towe and the crew were names I despised. Our high school would never schedule basketball games on the same night as a UNC
 
St. Aug's, Broncos battle for first
Friday, October 20, 2017
Virginia State climbed into the AFCA Coaches Division II Poll for the first time since 2014 at No. 21 after knocking off previously undefeated Bowie State. The Bulldogs dropped to No. 23. In Division I-FCS, North Carolina A&T remains at No. 11, while Grambling State moved up to No. 17 N.C. Central (5-1 overall, 3-0 MEAC) vs. Norfolk State (2-4, 2-1)
 
Young Bible readers more likely to be faithful adults
Friday, October 20, 2017
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Most churchgoing Protestant parents of young adults say their kids grew up to be Christians. But half of them don't actually practice the Christian faith, their parents say, according to a LifeWay Research survey released today Oct. 17. And the biggest factor predicting their spiritual health as young adults is whether they read the
 
BOOK: Who’s teaching our children?
Friday, October 20, 2017
White Teachers and Black Students: In the Spirit of Yes to African American Student Achievement By Mack Hines III Scholar Hines has written a book that focuses on facilitating white teachers’ success with African-American students. The book, White Teachers, Black Students: In The Spirit of Yes to African-American Student Achievement, available on
 
Hospice Care: longer-term benefits than many assume
Friday, October 20, 2017
RALEIGH – For many, entering hospice care is often viewed as an indication of imminent death. But the hospice industry is trying to help people understand that its benefits can begin well before someone is in dire health. Hospice care can provide pain management, as well as emotional and spiritual support, tailored to a patient's needs. But,
 
Founder's Day highlights NCCU homecoming
Thursday, October 19, 2017
N.C. Central will highlight its homecoming celebrations on Oct. 27 with a Founder’s Day Convocation that pays tribute to its founder, James E. Shepard, and formally welcomes members of the class of 1967 into the Society of Golden Eagles. The Society is open to alumni who are celebrating 50 or more years as graduates. The Class of 1938 was the first
 
Veto override means no scheduled judicial primaries
Thursday, October 19, 2017
RALEIGH — Primary elections for trial court and appeals court seats in 2018 have been scrapped after Republicans on Tuesday overrode Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper’s veto of a bill that foretells potentially more judicial changes ahead. The House voted to make state law a measure — approved two weeks ago then formally objected to by Cooper
 
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Exhibit showcases glamour of Ebony Fashion Fair

RALEIGH – Ebony and Jet magazines gave blacks an avenue to read positive and uplifting

Hard to hate on Coach K

I really want to hate Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski. But he’s making it so hard. Growing up

St. Aug's, Broncos battle for first

Virginia State climbed into the AFCA Coaches Division II Poll for the first time since 2014 at