Welcome to the 1950s in America. Look out the window and embrace the endless rows of identical houses during this booming period for suburbia.
Participant names have been redacted to respect the privacy of the safe space. The silence was deafening. In your face. Powerful. As students trickled into the Center for Race, Ethnicity, & Diversity Education (CREDE) Wednesday evening, looking for a space to process the events of the day — Donald Trump's victory in the 2016 presidential election — they had little to say as they sat down and waited for the program to begin. A couple of students engaged in small talk with their neighbor as they settled in, but conversations were far and few, often ending after a minute and replaced with pensive silence.
The crowd buzzed in excitement as they awaited former President Bill Clinton's speech at the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign rally in Durham, North Carolina, Sept. 6. Prior to Bill Clinton, representatives from the North Carolina General Assembly and community took the stage to advocate for Hillary Clinton in the upcoming presidential election in November.
North Carolina Public Safety Secretary Frank L. Perry urged residents and visitors to the state to “Turn around, don’t drown,” warning them of the potential flooding, power outages and damage Tropical Storm Hermine threatens as the system approaches North Carolina Friday afternoon. Perry and Governor Pat McCrory met at the Emergency Operations Center in Raleigh on Friday morning to provide updates on the storm, safety tips and the government’s preparations in response to the high winds and heavy rain the storm is expected to bring.
American humorist and Elon enthusiast Jeanne Robertson is scheduled to headline Elon's ninth annual Night of the Phoenix fundraiser on Friday, Feb.