12-year-old reads farewell letter to parents he wrote during lockdown
When Governor's Village STEM Academy went into lockdown, 12-year-old Ajani Dartiguenave didn't have a cell phone to text his parents. So he and some of his friends, crying and praying, started writing paper farewell letters to their parents.
Margaret Spellings will leave her position as the leader of the 17-campus university system on the third anniversary of her arrival to the job. Spellings and Board of Governors Chair, Harry Smith, spoke to the press about the decision on Friday.
UNC Board of Governors chair Harry Smith and UNC Health Care CEO Dr. William Roper talk to the press Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018 after Roper was named interim president of the UNC system. succeeding Margaret Spellings.
Saint Augustine’s University students, administrators and staff march from campus to the Tarboro Road Community Center precinct to cast their votes in the 2018 general election on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018.
Minnah Gabballah, a student at Exploris Middle School, explains why the community should remember George Taylor, who was lynched near Rolesville on Nov. 5, 1918. Lynching victims are memorialized at the Equal Justice Initiative's monument in Alabama.
Irwin Holmes was the first black student to graduate from N.C. State University. He was also the first black athlete to participate in the Atlantic Coast Conference, lettering in tennis for the Wolfpack.
Over 180 students from Longleaf School of the Arts dug up close to 11,000 pounds of sweet potatoes Weds. Oct 24, 2018, for the Society of St. Andrew End Hunger Now program, which distributed the potatoes to food pantries around the region.
Filmmaker Rob Phillips is raising money to produce "Beyond Tobacco Road," a documentary about former ACC basketball stars David Noel, Shawan Robinson and Donald Williams who have all now become North Carolina high school teachers.
UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Carol Folt issues a public apology for the university’s connections to slavery and injustice to African Americans during University Day at Memorial Hall in Chapel Hill Friday, Oct. 12, 2018.
Kaitlin Atkin and other parents at Jones Dairy Elementary School in Wake Forest asked the Wake County school board on Oct. 2, 2018 to provide a permanent armed officer on campus after a man was arrested on charges of threatening to shoot students.
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