Category: Generation NOW

Randolph Learning Center to Hold Spring Formal

Showing off her prom apparel is Ashleigh Miller, a 10th grade student at Randolph Center. Photo: Urban News By Eric “Big E” Howard, MSW I Read more »

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What Your Mother Should Have Told You!

by Bill Conkis – Sassy Computers, Inc. The older I get the more I can appreciate how far advanced we are technologically. When I was Read more »

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Asheville Titans Basketball: More Than Teams – We’re a Family

Asheville Titans 15U Boys Basketball Team. Back Row (L-R): JJ Peterson, Eric Anderson, Jordan Howell, Dre Payton, Jacob Goodman, and Dalton Friel. Front Row (L-R): Read more »

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Johnson Signs With Winston-Salem State

Tanya (left) and Abe Johnson (right) support their son, Sam Johnson, as he signs a letter of intent to attend Winston-Salem State University. Staff reports Read more »

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New Mentoring Program Designed to Enhance Minority Male Student Success

Staff reports Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College received a $30,000 grant from the North Carolina Community College System to enhance minority male student success. Dr. Joseph Read more »

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Science Enrichment Preparation Program For Rising College Sophomores and Juniors

About the SEP Program SEP Program is an eight-week, honors-level academic enrichment program for disadvantaged undergraduate students (rising sophomores and juniors) who seek admissions into Read more »

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2009 Summer Math, Science, and Technology Institute

The Appalachian Regional Commission is pleased to announce that it is collaborating with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and the Read more »

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College Students – Think Globally!

Starlett Russell Craig, coordinator of Global Initiatives at the Charles H. Houston Center for the Study of the Black Experience in Education. By Starlett R. Read more »

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Asheville GO: Training Our Youth for Green Jobs

Asheville GO members learned natural building techniques while helping to build a cob structure at the Vance Elementary Community Garden. Top row from left: Demetrius Read more »

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Call Me MISTER – Go to College for FREE!

Do you know any black males who are seniors in high school who want to go to college out of state for free? Several historically Read more »

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