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WSSU election turns ugly after alum sounds off on social media

The results are in. The days of objections, complaints and flooding social media have finally come to an end for the elections of 2014-15 Royal Court and the Student Government Association officers. Next school year’s SGA will be led by newly elected President Olivia Sedwick who ran unopposed. Full story

   

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Boulware gears up as first-time head coach

Winston-Salem State has a new head football coach, and his name is Kienus Boulware.   Boulware is no stranger to the program after spending the past four seasons as defensive coordinator under former head coach Connell Maynor, who left to take the head-coaching job at Hampton University in December 2013. Full story

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Chyna Riley

COACH'S GAME BALL: Chyna Riley

Winston-Salem State softball player Chyna Riley may not be the biggest player on the field, but her enormous heart makes up for her lack of size. Full story

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Entertaining Criticism: Noah

Russell Crowe has made waves this weekend as the star of one of the year’s most anticipated films, Noah. The movie is based on a graphic novel co-written by Noah director Darren Aronofsky and loosely follows the epic tale of Noah and the Ark. The film premiered March 28 in the United States and has raked in $97,925,854 at the box office; it has been met with mixed reviews. Full story

Campus Incident Report

The Campus Incident Report- 3/26

Sunday, March 2 Rape At 5:12 a.m., a female student alleged that a male student she knew raped her. The female student said that she and the male were fooling around in Foundation Heights when she told him that she didn’t want to have sex. He ignored her and forced himself on her. There were no weapons involved. The case is being handled by the WSPD and is still pending. Full story

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Forsyth County gives inclement weather tips to students, locals

Inclement weather and winter storms have been plentiful this season, but the Forsyth County Emergency Management Advisory Council has plans to keep residents – including the Winston-Salem State community prepared for natural disasters. Full story

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Write or Die Editor's Column: Watch who you idolize

I take pride in being a woman. After all, we are nurturers, trend setters, muses for fashion; face it -- humanity is nothing without us. But, there is more to womanhood than that.  Full story

Argus Awards

National, state accolades Argus staff wins 10 awards

The News Argus staff members won 10 awards in recent national and state-wide competitions for student communications in February. Full story

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Black Twitter

When you think of the most popular social networks, Twitter definitely comes to mind. The site is a haven for those craving the latest, hottest news of the day. For that reason, Twitter has become a microcosm consisting of many small communities, one of which has taken the world by storm. Full story

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Parking deck, bridge to shorten drive time

Driving maintenance golf carts on Interstate Business 40 with fast traffic zooming by is not the safest, neither is walk-ing pillar to post from Lowery Street but there is hope for a solution. Winston-Salem State is in the process of building a parking deck and bridge for the convenience of students and faculty. Full story

   

  

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