Are you ready for some football? Below is the local HBCU and teams of interest college football schedule for this weekend. I hope your team wins! 10/6/18 Johnson C. Smith vs. Winston Salem State University @ 1:00 P.M. Shaw vs. Fayetteville State @ 1:00 P.M. Catawaba vs. Albany State @ 1:30 P.M. Livingstone vs. St […]

This past weekend many local college football games were canceled due to Hurricane Florence . The weather looks pretty god for this upcoming weekend which means college football action should be back for local teams. Below is the schedule for this weekend. Saturday September 22, 2018 Chowan vs. McKendree 1:00 P.M. Livingstone Vs. Lincoln 1:00 […]

Tuesday Raleigh Police reported that Barry Carnell McCrae Jr. has been charged with murder in the August 27th shooting death of Quentin Quante Judd who was a former Shaw University basketball player. According to the Police when they found Judd who was 23 years old that he was suffering from a gunshot wound. The shooting […]

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    After 20 years investigators finally have the proof they needed to convict Edwin Christopher Lawing of the 1996 death of Lacoy McQueen. A jury decided on life in prison for Lawing in the case where his then girlfriend McQueen was killed after revealing she was pregnant; something Lawing didn’t want. McQueen’s blood was […]

  Congratulations to Shaw U. alumni Tashni Dubroy on being named the oldest black University in the south’s newest President. Dubroy will be the University’s 17th President and yesterday pledged to “silence critics, increase business partnerships, and boost finances.  Dubroy is a 2002 Chemistry graduate from Shaw. I loved it when she said, “I am […]

Former Shaw University Vice President Jeffery Smith has died. Smith worked for Shaw U. for five years, during that time he served as the VP of administration and student affairs. Details of his death has not been released. The news was confirmed by officials at Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, where Smith recently took a job. […]

    The Shaw Lady Bears won the NCAA Division II National title Friday night in San Antonio, Texas, over Ashland (OH) 88-82 in overtime.

  I remember some years ago, graduating from college on Mother’s Day, and the tradition still remains for some local colleges. Here’s a  listing for this weekend.

  Civil Rights leaders and activists will meet at Shaw to remember.