The lead story for the Sunday, 9-23-2018 edition of the local newspaper had a headline of: "Reynolds Stadium takes step forward." This article gave a summary of where things stand (as of that date) with the proposed RJR multi-sports stadium. To view that article, click here ( * ).
There is a conflict concerning who gets to decide what happens on, and what physical changes can be made at, Hanes Park. To see an in-depth study of this, click here ( * ).
A listing of the 15 RJR athletic teams that have to practice and play off-campus ( * ).
Donation and naming opportunities for RJR Mult-Sports Stadium ( * )
A well written and researched editorial putting forth the basic reason why RJR should have a Multi-sports Stadium paid for by the School System ( * )On Tuesday night, October 10, 2018, the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School Board unanimously approved the architectural plans for the proposed RJR Multi-Sports Stadium. To read an article in the local newspaper about this, click here ( * ).Two days later the local newspaper came out saying they were in favor of the stadium being built. To read their editorial, click here ( * ).Also on that day RJR Alumni President Harry Corpening recorded a conversation he had with Stan Dean (who is the spokesperson for RJR's "Home Field Advantage" initiative). Stan gave an update as to where things stand concerning the proposed stadium. To view that video, click here ( * ).Should you wish to learn more about giving (and naming) opportunities for the stadium, click here ( * ).Should you wish to learn more about why RJR should have an on-campus stadium...and why many folks think it should be paid for by the School System: click here ( * )Click here ( * ) to return to the Alumni homepage.