Black Students Receive Brunt of Disciplinary Action

N.C. Legal Aid Describes Wake County Schools as “Prison Pipeline”   Aaliyah Singleton | Correspondent  WRALrecently reported that Black students in the Wake County School System are disproportionally receiving higher rates of disciplinary action than anyone else in the school system.  Black students were found to have the highest rates of both …

Under Construction

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Christopher Hort-Williams | Correspondent  N.C. State Chapter of the NAACP Working to Build a Stronger Foundation  The North Carolina State University chapter of the NAACP was initiated in 1991, but since then the chapter has gone through periods of inactivity. 22 years after its inception, the campus chapter is now in a …

Wronging Your Rights

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DeErricka Green| Managing Editor  N.C. Legislature Makes Voting More Difficult for Students  Earlier this month, Gov. Pat McCrory enacted what many have deemed “the nation’s worst voter suppression law.” The law requires voters to have specific forms of government-issued photo identification to cast a ballot, a measure he and other Republicans …

Letter to the Editor: Separate But Equal, is Not Equal

To Whom It May Concern, I am writing you as a concerned student body member. I recently picked up a copy of your newspaper, this issue to be specific, and was troubled by your message. I found the title “Welcome, Black Pack” to be offensive and quite frankly ignorant. As …