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The following students from Coffee, Franklin, Grundy, and Marion counties were named to the honors lists at St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School for the first quarter of the 2020-21 school year.

Sorting donated food and disinfecting donated toys. Writing letters to isolated nursing home residents. Virtual STEM fairs and art contests. Bullying-prevention activities. Exercises that demonstrate how ranked and winner-take-all voting work. Fall festivals with pumpkin painting and pumpkin…

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MTSU is helping science, technology, engineering, art and math, or STEAM, come to life at more than 100 events and activities across the state during the fourth annual Tennessee STEAM Festival, taking place now through Sunday all across Tennessee.

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A conversation with an astronaut on the International Space Station, a chance for youth to share their views on schooling in the pandemic, racial justice and other issues, a computer-coding activity and a chance to engage with young entrepreneurs will be among the national virtual activities…

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Lauren Arnold of Winchester was among dozens of Wofford College’s recent graduates who received awards from the college for academic excellence, leadership and citizenship.

Motlow State Community College has released its 2019-20 academic year annual report to the Tennessee Board of Regents College System of Tennessee. The report is viewable publicly at motlow.com/annualreport20.

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(Editor’s note: The following includes third-nine-weeks honor roll results from the Franklin County School System. The period had just concluded before the coronavirus pandemic began. Due to the stay-at-home order, no fourth-nine-weeks honor roll results were recorded. Clark Memorial Element…

In what has perhaps been the most unusual college admissions season of anyone’s lifetime, the 51 members of the St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School Class of 2020 received 203 offers of admission to colleges.

Emily May-Ragland of Decherd was recently initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society.