The Deep South continues to struggle in war against HIV

Aiperi Iusupova, Staff Writer

February 6, 2015

Filed under World & Nation

The United States has always been divided into geographical fractions based on race and socioeconomic status. Today, the fragmented character of American history has led to a new life-threatening problem — the growing prevalence... Read more »

Oligarchy threatens democracy in US

Banning Watson, Staff Writer

December 5, 2014

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We the people or we the very rich few? Senator Bernie Sanders from Vermont recently joined scholars and activists in accusing the United States government of becoming less of a democracy and more of an oligarchy. “Do we want... Read more »

Gay special forces vet attacked, dies

Nicole Zelniker, Senior Writer

December 5, 2014

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On Nov. 9, 46-year-old local veteran and former CCE student Stephen White walked into Chemistry Nightclub in downtown Greensboro. He left a few hours later with 26-year-old Garry Joseph Gupton. White was taken to the hospital... Read more »

As world remembers Berlin, others still fight for freedom

Matthew Jones, Staff Writer

November 21, 2014

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Nov. 9, 1989, marked the beginning of the end for the Soviet Union. On that day, the government of East Germany began allowing people to travel between the communist eastern and the democratic western halves of Germany. The ... Read more »