It is obvious that having a good time and spending about $30 million in Charlotte is more important for some CIAA schools than providing scholarships for deserving students who might not otherwise be able to afford college.
When the SBI begins its investigation and seeks to determine if SEANC board members were simply lax or in cahoots with former leader Dana Cope, they should begin by looking at their eyebrows: any board member whose brows are impeccable may have been in league with the now-deposed leader.
Aside from being such a stimulating conversationalist and dining companion, Thom Tillis is also no fan of irony: He’ll require a sign requiring businesses to tell us they don’t require employees to wash their hands.
The Rev. William Barber doesn't judge the Moral Monday movement based on the results of one election even though protesters marching around North Carolina's State Capitol the past couple of years weren't able to diminish what they consider an indifferent, even hostile, legislature.
Who is the pseudo-historical figure who feels that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. stole his greatest speech? Although his name has been lost to history, he insisted that he was the one waiting in the wings to enthrall the nation when King took off on his historic, mostly unscripted and totally unparalleled flight of oratory.
The letter was heart-wrenching as a request for something that should be every child's birthright. It also wrenches the heart to realize the kid is being denied not just a sense of security, but also a proper education.