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Ivey Hayes Exhibit Opens at NCCU Art Museum

North Carolina Central University will celebrate the work of artist and NCCU alumnus Ivey Hayes with the opening of an exhibit, “Ivey Hayes:…

NCCU Theater Production Gives Voice to Black Motherhood

In celebration of Black History Month, North Carolina Central University will present “Black Mama Monologues” on Feb. 10, 11, 17 and 18 at…

Black History Month Celebrates African-American Women

Public Affairs Programs February 7, at 7 p.m. – The Faces of Poverty Special As part of an ongoing initiative to serve our…

NCCU Chancellor Calls for Agents of Change

To those who might hope for someone with Martin Luther King Jr.’s stature and charisma to come along and lead the fight for…

Self-Made Multimillionaire at age 22 to Speak at NCCU

Hezekiah Griggs III, self-made multimillionaire at age 22, will present “Realize your Potential” on Feb. 7, at 7 p.m., Miller-Morgan Auditorium.  Click here…

NCCU Art Museum Welcomes Durham Public School Student Artist Exhibit

The North Carolina Central University Art Museum is once again showcasing the work of Durham’s best and brightest young artists. “Durham’s Finest,” an…

Lunch Counter from Sit-In Era Is Focus of NCCU Ceremony

A section of the F.W. Woolworth & Co. lunch counter at which sit-in protests took place in Durham in 1960 will be rededicated…

UNC System Approves NCCU’s Doctorate Program in Biosciences

North Carolina Central University received final approval today from the University of North Carolina Board of Governors to introduce a doctor of philosophy…

24th Annual Bull Durham Blues Festival

Saturday, September 10, 2011 6pm-12 Midnight (gates open at 5pm) Durham Central Park 501 Foster Street Durham, NC This event is free and…

School of Business Names New Dean

D. Keith Pigues, a business executive, author and teacher, has been named dean of the School of Business at North Carolina Central University….

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