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Earline King
Sculptor of Atkins Statue and other Public Art Works Dies at Age 98
The city of Winston-Salem and its arts community mourns the passing of prolific sculptor Earline Elizabeth King, a major fixture in the artistic landscape of the community.

Canadian Wants to Play Football at WSSU


Answered Prayers
A Chicago high school senior has his prayers answered with a scholarship to WSSU. See his story in Ebony magazine.


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The RAMS take on
Johnson C. Smith
Saturday, Oct. 1 at
1:00 p.m.
Bowman Gray Stadium
New Construction to Impact Parking and Pedestrian Traffic at WSSU
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Clocktower and Tree
Question: What was your favorite "hang out" on campus?


WSSU Grad Leads Award Winning Purchasing and Contracting Department; Wins Sixth Achievement of Excellence in Procurement Award
Kelvin WaltonDeKalb County Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Burrell Ellis announced recently that the National Purchasing Institute (NIP) has named DeKalb County Purchasing and Contracting a 2011 Achievement of Excellence in Procurement (AEP) award winner. The achievement marks the sixth consecutive year the department has earned the prestigious award. More.


WSSU Grad and Durham County
ABC GM to Retire
WSSU business graduate Randy Mills '71 is retiring from his position as general manager of the Durham County Alcoholic Beverage Control Board. He is charged with operating retail liquor stores and enforcing state alcoholic beverage laws.


WSSU Permanent Collection on Display
Diggs Gallery opens In the House: Selections from the WSSU Permanent Collection on June 24, 2011, featuring over 100 works of art by artists from Europe, Africa, America, and Asia. The show highlights more than 20 years of collecting art. Visitors will be able to enjoy paintings by John Biggers, Juan Logan and Al Loving; prints by Romare Bearden, Howardena Pindell and Robert Rauschenberg, textile art by Delia Grieg and Aloke Buraimoh; sculptures by Elizabeth Catlett, Selma Burke and Charles Alston; traditional African art and much more. More.


WSSU Non-Traditional Student Receives Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society Scholarship
Mae Timmons MooreMae Timmons-Moore, a non-traditional Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) student, is the recipient of a  $1,600 Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society (ASL) Scholarship. More.