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There were over 80 brickmaking concerns on both sides of the Wando river. Most were small. All provided an easily-obtained secondary “crop” found beneath the black topsoil that grew corn and cotton – a thick strata of red clay which provided a yield of fine red bricks.

The following students earned the distinction of Faculty Honors for Fall 2020 at the Georgia Institute of Technology. This designation is awarded to undergraduate students who have earned a 4.…

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Books, poetry and other formats can be utilized for everything from school achievement (obviously) to emotional development (bibliotherapy) to inspiration of the creative spirit and higher thinking skills (problem solving, artistic expression and more).

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The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) invites teens from communities across the Southeast to apply for FEMA’s National Youth Preparedness Council. The Council provides an opportunity …

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As the assistant principal for Carolina Park Elementary School in Mount Pleasant, Shnickqua Mustipher hopes the students embrace their differences, whether it’s a different nose shape, differe…

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It’s that magical time of year when your local librarian’s thoughts turn toward... birds. Yes, birds. You didn’t misread that. If you’re confused, don’t worry; I can explain.

While most students at 16 are settling into high school and learning to drive, Noa Doucette started her first semester at Bard College at Simon’s Rock to continue kindling her passion for social justice in the United States and internationally.

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