No Military Action, For Now

Map of Syria

President Negotiates with Russia  Tyrek Shepard | Correspondent The government of Syria is currently under scrutiny for waging a chemical weapons attack upon its own people.  More than 1,000 people died in Damascus, Syria due to military commands to use the chemical weapons. However, the attack was not an act …

The Art of Storytelling

Toni "Mama" Thorpe tells the story of Sankofa every year at the Harambee celebration.

    Nia Doaks | Correspondent   Bedtime stories. Scary stories.  Fairy tales. Myths. Fables. Stories can be told in many different forms and serve a variety of purposes. Storytelling is an oral tradition that dates back to ancient times—before people knew how to read or write. People told stories …

Getting to Know Anita Brown-Graham

Member of Wolfpack honored by White House Chelsea Gardner | Staff Writer Anita Brown-Graham, Director of the Institute for Emerging Issues at N.C. State University wakes up in the morning and creates opportunities for other people to do extraordinary thinA recent White House honoree for the “Champions of Change: Civic …

Loc’d and Loaded

Tiana Parker

  Amanda McKnight | Staff Writer  Comedian Sheryl Underwood recently came under fire for comments she made vilifying natural “afro” hair. On the show The Talk, on which Underwood is one of five hosts, there was a conversation about how Heidi Klum, supermodel and TV host, saves her children’s hair. Klum …