Let’s Talk About The 8 Dead NC State Students
By Will Bunch The rituals of death have become far too familiar at North Carolina State University this school year. The initial shock and pain of the campuswide “Wolf Alert” that yet another student has ended their young life by […]Read More
Dr. Spearman Died of a “Self Inflicted” Wound
By Cash Michaels, Contributing Writer According to the “summary and interpretation” from the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, the cause of death of Rev. Dr. Theodore Anthony Spearman, former president of the North Carolina NAACP, “is attributed to a […]Read More
Oldest Schoolhouse For Black Children in US Moved to Museum
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (AP) — A building believed to be the oldest surviving schoolhouse for Black children in the U.S. was hoisted onto a flatbed truck and moved a half-mile Friday to Colonial Williamsburg, a Virginia museum that continues to expand […]Read More
Biden 2024? Most Democrats say no thank you
WASHINGTON (AP) — A majority of Democrats now think one term is plenty for President Joe Biden, despite his insistence that he plans to seek reelection in 2024. That’s according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs […]Read More
Chemistry Internships for 10th & 11th Graders
NC American Chemical Society (ACS) Project SEED (Science Educational Experience for the Disadvantaged) is a cost-free, year-round science enrichment program for academically talented, economically disadvantaged students. The goal of the program is to motivate students whohaveaninterestinsciencetopursueterminaldegrees. NCACSProjectSEEDoffersa paid summer internship […]Read More
9-Year-Old Pennsylvanian Graduates High School
Ramon Antonio Vargas, The Guardian A nine-year-old boy from Pennsylvania who loves science and computer programming has become one of the youngest ever high school graduates, and he has already started accumulating some credits toward his college degree. David Balogun […]Read More
Thank You For Your Continued Service!
It is always beautiful to see those who serve our country get their moment to shine. @generaldwilson sang the national anthem tonight at the beginning of the Chiefs vs Bengals football game. United States Navy Veteran Generald Wilson has been […]Read More
Tyre Nichols Case Revives Calls For Change In Police Culture
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — An unarmed Black man dies after a videotaped beating by police. The officers involved are fired. After a thorough review of the evidence, criminal charges are swiftly filed against the offending officers. Investigation, accountability and charges. […]Read More
Wilks ‘Disappointed, Not Defeated’ Over Panthers Snub
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Former Carolina Panthers interim coach Steve Wilks is “disappointed, but not defeated” that he didn’t land the team’s full-time head coaching position. The Panthers announced on Thursday they’ve agreed to hire Frank Reich as their coach. “The sun […]Read More
TSU Hopes For Grammy With Gospel Album
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Like a lot of great projects, the idea for Grammy-nominated album “The Urban Hymnal” was first sketched out on a paper restaurant napkin. Gospel songwriter and producer Sir the Baptist had come to Nashville in October 2021 to hear Tennessee […]Read More
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