5 landmark places to visit for Black History Month
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission lists 34 African American historic sites on its register of Mecklenburg County landmarks. Here are five to get you started.
By Tom Hanchett | February 2, 2016
JCSU competes for Division II Award of Excellence
Johnson C. Smith University is among 22 schools and three conferences competing for the 2016 Division II Award of Excellence, which recognizes positive initiatives taken in 2015.
By QCity Metro Staff | December 30, 2015
Let’s remember what really matters at JCSU
As drama unfolds surrounding Johnson C. Smith University and its leadership, we must not forget the most important people in all of this -- the JCSU students.
By By Patrick Graham | November 25, 2015
Former JCSU President Dorothy Yancy says she left the school financially sound
Former Johnson C. Smith University President Dorothy Yancy has taken exception to comments made in the Charlotte Observer by former JCSU trustee Jim Woodward, who talked about the school’s troubled finances.
By Glenn Burkins | November 23, 2015
JCSU launches program to assist military veterans
The "veterans' support hub" will assist military veterans seeking administrative support and counseling referrals. It also will house the school's newly established chapter of the Student Veterans of America Association.
By Glenn Burkins | November 11, 2015
Disputed JCSU board member starts petition to remove university president
Talmadge Fair, who was elected to the Johnson C. Smith University Board of Trustees, said he has started a petition drive to remove the school’s president, Ronald Carter, and Trustees Chairman Monroe Miller, among others.
By Glenn Burkins | October 30, 2015
Delta line marks 20-year anniversary with community service
Members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Gamma Lambda Chapter took part in three community service projects during Johnson C. Smith University homecoming weekend to celebrate the group's 20th “Deltaversary.”
By QCity Metro Staff | October 27, 2015
Johnson C. Smith choir will perform in Spoleto’s ‘Porgy and Bess’
The 20-member student choir will form the nucleus of a chorus that will perform during the first production of "Porgy and Bess" ever staged during the annual arts festival in Charleston, S.C.
By Glenn Burkins | October 1, 2015
Convicted rapist gets 36 years for JCSU assault
Frederick Sullivan, a 44-year-old temporary laborer, was convicted of sexually assaulting a JCSU student during homecoming weekend in 2013.
By Glenn Burkins | August 28, 2015
JCSU executive Elfred Pinkard resigns
Elfred Pinkard, executive vice president and chief operating officer at Johnson C. Smith University, has resigned, effective August 14. The […]
By Glenn Burkins | August 18, 2015