Monday, February 27, 2012

NC Central's Ties of Honor

Durham is a place where high value is placed on bringing younger generations up in an environment where there is a great deal of opportunity laid out before them. Mentor programs exist in all corners of the community, including Durham's North Carolina Central University - one of the city's two universities. There is an example of this ideology tonight.

In the interest of preserving a skill that some would say is dying, Chancellor Charlie Nelms will teach the art of the necktie to undergraduate male students this evening at 6PM in the Alfonso Elder Student Union.

Bowties and neckties are an essential component of the well-dressed professional man's wardrobe. For that reason, NC Central University faculty and staff neckwear experts will give away new and gently used neckties and bowties to undergraduate males.

Those interested in donating items for the event can contact Deidre Kelly at 530-7814. The public is encouraged to attend the educational event, however, ties will only be presented to current students.

The Student Union is directly across Nelson Street from the parking lot at Nelson and Fayetteville Streets where ample free spaces will be available.

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