In coming years, students graduating from Wake County high schools will no longer have to worry about being denied individual recognition. Citing the pressure of competition and lack of comity inspired by students striving to be top cat in their class, the Wake County school board is abolishing the practice of naming valedictorians and salutatorians.
In a process scheduled every 3 or 4 years, Bank of America Stadium field is getting a facelift, with the Carolina Panthers laser-grading the surface to return the field’s 10-inch crown, which sheds rain.
With the presidential primary season winding down next month, supporters of Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders must decide whether they’ll vote for Hillary Clinton if she’s the nominee, not vote at all or back presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump or a third-party candidate
The text of the commencement address that David Gergen, a North Carolina native, delivered at Elon University. Gergen, a senior political analyst for CNN and co-director of the Center for Public Leadership at the Harvard Kennedy School, is founding chair of Elon University School of Law’s advisory board. He also served as adviser to four U.S. presidents: Nixon, Ford, Reagan and Clinton.
VIDEO: David Gergen, former adviser to four U.S. presidents, dispensed with the usual vanilla message when he gave the commencement address Saturday at Elon University. Instead, in a passionate speech, he urged graduates to “take North Carolina back.” Gergen blasted the state’s political leadership for House Bill 2 and for the direction it has taken the state in recent months and years. He decried “the forces of political extremism” that represent “a sharp break from our past.”
Gergen urges Elon grads to 'take North Carolina back'
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