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Lincoln inducts 8 into HOF
Thursday, May 21, 2015
Former Lincoln sports information director Rob Knox is one of eight individuals to be inducted into the Lions Athletic Hall of Fame on Sept. 18. This is the third class for the HOF, which now holds 24 members. Knox was SID from 2004-09. Five players were featured in Sports Illustrated under his tutelage. He helped Lincoln transition from Division III to
 
Duke, NCCU go live
Thursday, May 21, 2015
The SIAC is No. 1 once again. The HBCU conference had the highest football attendance among the NCAA Division II conferences for the 12th straight year. “We take great pride in our incredible support our fans provide our member schools and student-athletes,” Commissioner Gregory Moore said. “The emotional connections which our schools
 
NCCU success comes with a tag
Thursday, May 21, 2015
Success always comes with a price. That’s the message North Carolina Central coaches and administrators will try to get across to alumni, fans and the business community this summer as a successful 2014-15 season draws to a close. Some already have gotten the message. Athletics Director Ingrid Wicker-McCree said sponsorships and fundraising are at
 
SAUís Johnson gets top honor
Thursday, May 21, 2015
Winston-Salem State’s baseball season came to a heartbreaking end last weekend after a 6-5 loss to Millersville. WSSU led 5-3 in the seventh, but couldn’t hold the lead, as Millersville stormed back for three straight runs. The Rams still set a school record in wins with 42 and advanced further than any CIAA baseball team in conference history.
 
Howard gets Grace
Thursday, May 21, 2015
Florida A&M won its first MEAC Baseball Tournament since 1994. The Rattlers defeated defending champion Bethune-Cookman 8-2. Pitcher Brandon Fleming was named most outstanding performer. “We talked about winning the tournament all year long,” second-year coach Jamey Shouppe said. “The last time the Florida A&M program won the
 
What are our priorities?
Thursday, May 21, 2015
Since the start of the state Legislature in January, the GOP majority has made time to debate bills about deer hunting, bear traps, carrying concealed weapons at the State Fair and allowing magistrates to decide if they will marry same-sex couples. But we haven’t had time to bring up a comprehensive economic development policy. Republican Governor
 
Wake County's brightest students
Thursday, May 21, 2015
The Capital City Sertoma Club’s annual Academic Achievers Recognition Banquet just keeps getting better and better. The club honors the top black graduating senior in each of the Wake County schools with the highest grade point average. Instead of a boring speaker, each student gives a five-minute speech on how he persevered through high school to
 
Peopleís Alliance addresses Durhamís gentrification
Thursday, May 21, 2015
DURHAM – The Bull City boasts a historic, prevalent black population and was one of the first cities in America where African-Americans could flourish. However, the country also has a history of gentrification (urban renewal that leads to the displacement of the occupying demographic), and Durham was no exception to that narrative. Durham’s
 
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Lincoln inducts 8 into HOF

Former Lincoln sports information director Rob Knox is one of eight individuals to be inducted

Duke, NCCU go live

The SIAC is No. 1 once again. The HBCU conference had the highest football attendance among the

NCCU success comes with a tag

Success always comes with a price. That’s the message North Carolina Central coaches and