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The Charlotte Observer
Battle in birdland: Popular bluebird is crowding out nuthatch
SciTech is independently reported and edited through the newsroom of The Charlotte Observer.
The Moultrie News
Blackbeard: A pirate's life
Mateys, climb aboard to learn about one of the most famous pirates who savaged the East Coast, hiding, stealing, marauding and causing trouble along shanty villages on the S.C. and N.C. sealine.
ABC News 4 Charleston
Board announces four CofC presidential search finalists
Andrew Card Jr. is the Executive Director in the Office of the Provost at Texas A&M University.
Davidson College's Carol Quillen named to President Obama's advisory council
Davidson College President Carol Quillen is among 16 tapped by President Barack Obama to join the President's Advisory Council on Financial Capability for Young Americans.
"12 Years" Examines Slavery from Rarely Presented Point of View
Media interested in commentary about the Oscar-nominated film "12 Years a Slave" should contact Michael Guasco, Associate Professor of History at Davidson College.
The Daily News Leader
Bellamy's presence 'magical' at Lee
Paige Bellamy considers herself the "Harry Potter girl" at Robert E. Lee, which is to say she's the on-site historian of the J.K. Rowling series among her peers.
Sandy Springs Neighbor
Stellar Student: Alice Fugate
Whitefield Academy's Alice Selene Fugate's exploits both in and out of the classroom are nothing short of outstanding.
Medford Mail Tribune
Ashland Kiwanis Student of the Month
Ashland Kiwanis named Emma Rose Parker as its December 2013 Student of the Month.
Algonquin releases new YA books
The Algonquin Young Readers series will release two new titles March 25. Gae Polisner's novel "The Summer of Letting Go" is told from the viewpoint of Francesca Schnell," who, during the summer between her sophomore and junior years in high school, suspects her father of having an affair with a neighbor.
The Charlotte Observer
Jack Perry: Lifelong diplomat brought a global vision to Charlotte
Former U.S. Ambassador Jack Perry was a career diplomat who spent more than two decades on the front lines of the Cold War from Paris to Moscow, Sofia to Stockholm.
House captures time before President Wilson was known as Woodrow
Just in time for President's Day, the Historic Columbia Foundation has finished restoring the Woodrow Wilson house, the Hampton Street Victorian where the nation's 28th president spent four of his teenage years.
Dawgs By Nature
Browns Bring Mike LaFleur Aboard as Coaching Intern
Mike LaFleur was the offensive coordinator, quarterbacks coach, and wide receivers coach for Davidson College in 2013.