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HBCU News: George Williams Leadership Academy
Thursday, August 14, 2014
ST. AUGUSTINE’S Thirty-four young males are ready to propel their leadership skills. The young men participated this summer in the George Williams Leadership Academy sponsored by Duke Energy. The academy was designed to engage young men in various leadership activities and provide a foundation of leadership strategies for being successful inside and
Former NCSU Nate McMillan helps school drive
Thursday, August 14, 2014
RALEIGH – School-aged children and their families got to jam to funky tunes while receiving book bags and school supplies. Kemetic Cultural Science and System of Unity, a nonprofit organization that aims to raise cultural and spiritual awareness in communities (especially of African-American heritage), put together the giveaway targeting low-income
Wake opens Vernon Malone College and Career Academy
Thursday, August 14, 2014
In partnership with the Wake County Public School System and Wake Technical Community College, Wake County opened the Vernon Malone College and Career Academy at 2200 S. Wilmington Street . The academy prepares Wake County high school students for high-demand, technical careers as part of their high school graduation credits. It will also serve as
Raleigh celebrates the ‘M.A.I.N. Event’ in September
Wednesday, August 6, 2014
RALEIGH – For the second consecutive year, Raleigh event producers who celebrate their “groove” in September have banded together to cross-promote the month of September as “The M.A.I.N. Event” in downtown Raleigh. M.A.I.N. is an acronym for music, arts, innovation and noise. Mayor Nancy McFarlane offered a preview of each of
Wednesday, August 6, 2014
N.C. CENTRAL NCCU students worked 207,437 volunteer hours assisting organizations and agencies in the Triangle during the 2013-14 academic year, a contribution worth $4.3 million to the local economy. The university’s Academic Community Service Learning Program reports that 3,529 students volunteered their time by working with partner agencies and
Healthy lunches for NC kids
Wednesday, August 6, 2014
RALEIGH – The start of the school year is just weeks away and, while there's no shortage of the latest backpacks and school-supply displays at the big-box stores, nutrition experts are reminding parents of the importance of what's in their child's lunchbox as well. Nutritionist Keith Kantor says packing a healthy lunch starts with what you give your
Latest Durham Hub exhibit is visual time machine
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
DURHAM – The new Hugh Mangum exhibit at the Durham History Hub is a visual time machine, taking you back to the early 1900s through poignant photography. “Hugh Mangum on Main Street: Portraits from the Early 20th Century” launched last week and features Mangum’s “largely unknown portraits of southern society after
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