Written by: Bruce Wilkerson

ReCity working to re-write Durham’s story

By Bruce Wilkerson and Yusuf Shah

April 27, 2016

These days, turning an old space into a useful environment is the story of Durham. It has happened to the Golden Belt Building (home to the VOICE), which once produced tobacco products, and the Community Family Life and Recreation Center at Lyon Park, which once was an African-American school on the West End. Similarly, ReCity […]

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S.A.T. changes coming for high school students

By Bruce Wilkerson and Christian Lawrence

November 21, 2015

Two million students across the nation will be affected by new changes to the S.A.T., including a new scoring system and change to the formerly required essay.

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Dancing is life

By Bruce Wilkerson

September 29, 2015

  Pretty much everybody has heard of Beyonce, but do you know about the only male dancers that are associated with her, Les Twins? As a young African-American dancer. I look up to these two people for many reasons, but primarily because of how they grew up dancing. Their family is a dancing musical family […]

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