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Cardiac Eagles keep on winning
Thursday, January 29, 2015
Hampton women saw their three-year MEAC unbeaten streak ended by Savannah State. The Pirates’ last conference loss was Jan. 28, 2012. In the CIAA, Livingstone women continue to keep the competition at bay. The Blue Bears are 19-0 but only lead by one game in the CIAA South over Shaw. WOMEN Shaw (3-1 South, 6-4 CIAA, 13-9 overall) The Bears remain
 
My Brother’s Keeper hosts youth summit
Thursday, January 29, 2015
DURHAM – “We are inevitably our brother’s keeper because we are our brother’s brother. What affects one directly, affects all indirectly,” Martin Luther King Jr. once said. Mike Rae Anderson, founder/CEO of the nonprofit organization Polished Souls Foundation Inc., opened with this quote as the guest speaker of the My
 
Organization helps Durham get ‘REAL’ about poverty
Thursday, January 29, 2015
DURHAM – According to census.gov information from 2009-13, over 18 percent of Durham County residents live below the poverty line. REAL Durham, a fledgling program of Durham Congregations in Action, has been in operation in the Bull City for over a year. It utilizes the “evidence-based, best practice national program” Circles model for
 
Google Fiber to bring its ultra high-speed Internet
Thursday, January 29, 2015
RALEIGH – Google Fiber is coming to Raleigh. Improving broadband speed and choice for residents has been a priority for Raleigh for some time. The city applied for Google Fiber in 2010, joined North Carolina Next Generation Network, and completed the Google Fiber checklist last year. “Ultra high-speed broadband is vital for our residents to
 
Morehouse becomes first HBCU to claim moot court title
Thursday, January 29, 2015
The Morehouse College Moot Court team beat out hundreds of contenders to become the first historically black institution to earn a national title in the law skills competition. Morehouse defeated seven-time champion Patrick Henry College, 3-2, to claim top honors at the American Collegiate Moot Court Association’s 2014-15 national championship last
 
FSU, BSU lead in women’s bowling
Thursday, January 29, 2015
WOMEN Two HBCU representatives have been appointed to the NCAA Division I Council: Mississippi Valley State Athletics Director Dianthia Ford-Kee and N.C. Central Associate AD Eitenne Thomas. The Council is charged with conducting the business affairs of DI. Bowie State went a perfect 12-0 in last weekend’s CIAA bowling event in Virginia. The
 
Hillside sweeps East Chapel Hill in JV action
Thursday, January 29, 2015
CHAPEL HILL – Hillside girls rebounded from their first loss of the season against Southeast Raleigh with a 50-27 thrashing of East Chapel Hill in junior varsity action. The Hornets led from start to finish against the Wildcats, who scored just four points at the half. Jessica Wright led Hillside with 15 points and seven rebounds, while teammate
 
BOOK: From the slavery era to the technology age
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
The Willis Handbook: An Intersection of Genealogy, Memoirs & History of a Black American Family 1835-2003 By Eric B. Willis Panoply House of Publishing Panoply House of Publishing, a new self-publishing company, has released its first publication.. The Willis Handbook… consists of a richly detailed chronicle of his African-American family over
 
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Cardiac Eagles keep on winning

Hampton women saw their three-year MEAC unbeaten streak ended by Savannah State. The

My Brother’s Keeper hosts youth summit

DURHAM – “We are inevitably our brother’s keeper because we are our

Organization helps Durham get ‘REAL’ about poverty

DURHAM – According to census.gov information from 2009-13, over 18 percent of Durham