Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Free summit to tackle health issues affecting Black men

BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES An upcoming event is geared toward helping men get serious about their health. However, organizers say it will be much more...

ANOTHER YEAR, ANOTHER ‘D’

Three elementary schools in historically Black neighborhoods get low grades from state. DUANE C. FERNANDEZ SR./HARDNOTTSPHOTOGRAPHY.COM Palm...

Free resume service available in DeLand

Volunteers from Stetson University are offering a free resume-coaching service in which they help create resumes from...

What happens if B-CU closes?

Locals weigh in on university’s future COURTESY OF B-CU In this page taken from...

College launches initiative to rid student hunger and homelessness

SPECIAL TO THE DAYTONA TIMES Daytona State College (DSC) is launching a comprehensive initiative to eliminate hunger and homelessness among its students as part of...
Dr. Stephanie

Mayor’s wife, son to address education conference

Dr. Stephanie Pasley-Henry, dean of Bethune-Cookman University’s College of Education, and her 7-year-old son Derrick Henry, Jr., will speak at the 2020 National ESEA...

Free SAT math prep available at Daytona State

Daytona State College’s Mathematics Department has scheduled six free math-prep sessions to help Flagler and Volusia students feel more confident taking the test. The SAT...

Mr. & Ms. Mentoring hosts back-to-school event for at-risk kids

A back-to-school event was held on Aug. 31 by Mr. & Ms. Mentoring, a nonprofit mental health intervention program for atrisk youth, at the...

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Artists, educators will highlight library’s Black History series

Linda Epps and Lawrence N. Green are off the ground running, highlighting a narrative portrait of the African-American heritage during the third annual Black...