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Showtime for NCCU’s Oliver
Friday, August 23, 2019
North Carolina Central football coach Trei Oliver quipped at last month’s MEAC Football Luncheon: “They love you when you’re undefeated.” Indeed. The Love Tour between Oliver and fans has been strong since he was hired in December. However, it’s not as if the Eagles were dredging the bottom of the barrel when he took over.
 
Same ol’ questions plague CIAA North
Friday, August 23, 2019
The CIAA North is starting to get just a little too redundant. For the past couple of seasons, the questions have all remained basically the same. First, how long with the tide run in the North’s favor? The South enjoyed an 11-year championship run (2002-12) before Virginia State broke the streak in 2014. (Remember, there was no game in 2013 due to
 
Students, community celebrate 1 year without ‘Silent Sam’
Friday, August 23, 2019
Hundreds of students and community members gathered Tuesday night to celebrate the first anniversary of the toppling of the “Silent Sam” Confederate monument on UNC-Chapel Hill’s campus. Anti-racist activists led the large assembled crowd from Peace and Justice Plaza to McCorkle Place, where they stopped at the former site of the
 
Strategies for growing edibles later into the season
Thursday, August 22, 2019
Don’t let fall or potentially frosty temperatures stop you from enjoying garden-fresh produce. Extend the nutritional value and homegrown flavor into your fall and early winter meals with the help of short season crops and season extending strategies. Lettuce, spinach, radishes, turnips, and beets are quick to mature from seed to harvest. Plus, the
 
Bebe Winans tells all in new book
Thursday, August 22, 2019
At only 56, Gospel singer Bebe Winans has already achieved the title of “legendary,” and his new book explains how he was “born for” entertaining audiences and spreading God’s word through music. Winans’ new book, “Born for This: My Story in Music,” is set to officially release October 15, and it gives
 
Can Bowie State maintain its throne without Hall?
Thursday, August 22, 2019
A certain quarterback is gone out of Maryland. Will his departure even the playing field or just lure opponents into a false sense of security? The Tribune previews the CIAA Northern Division. Bowie State (9-3) Two words won’t be sending chills down the backs of coaches this season: Amir Hall. Bowie State’s sensational quarterback has
 
Signs of life for NC sexual assault reforms
Wednesday, August 21, 2019
RALEIGH – State House and Senate leaders say two proposals to close loopholes in North Carolina’s sexual assault laws are very much alive, despite rhetoric from another legislator claiming the top Republicans have been blocking these efforts. North Carolina is the only state in the country where once you have consent to start a sex act,
 
Immigration bill focusing on sheriffs heading to governor
Wednesday, August 21, 2019
RALEIGH — North Carolina Republicans gave final legislative approval on Tuesday to a measure directing all sheriffs to comply with requests by federal immigration agents to hold inmates they believe are in the country unlawfully. The measure responds to a handful of dissenting sheriffs — black Democrats elected last year. They have been
 
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Showtime for NCCU’s Oliver

North Carolina Central football coach Trei Oliver quipped at last month’s MEAC Football

Same ol’ questions plague CIAA North

The CIAA North is starting to get just a little too redundant. For the past couple of seasons,

Students, community celebrate 1 year without ‘Silent Sam’

Hundreds of students and community members gathered Tuesday night to celebrate the first