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  • FAMILY

    Coding at home: Kids can create technology, not just use it

    Kids in more than 150 countries - and President Obama - dabbled in computer programming as part of the recent weeklong Hour of Code (hourofcode.com) initiative, dreamed up to introduce anyone as young as 4 to the fun of creating technology, not just using it.

  • BIRTHS

    Karter Williams

    Shawana Erwin and Marcus Williams of Estill announce the birth of a son, Karter Nathaniel June Williams, at 3:11 a.m. Nov. 29 at Beaufort Memorial Hospital. The newborn weighed 4 pounds, 15 ounces, and measured 19 inches. Maternal grandparents are Nigel Erwin of Charlotte and Sandra Erwin of...

  • BIRTHS

    Mia Lowther

  • BIRTHS

    Tyler Price

    Jennifer and Jason Price of Bluffton announce the birth of a son, Tyler Jaxson Price, at 2:37 a.m. Dec. 13 at Coastal Carolina Hospital. The newborn weighed 8 pounds, 5 ounces, and measured 19.5 inches. He has two brothers, Dustyn, 9, and Lucas, 5, and a sister, Alesa, 16. Maternal grandparents...

  • FAMILY

    'The Babadook' will invade your brain

    Watch out for writer-director Jennifer Kent's next movie. I'm betting big that it's going to be both awesome and insanely freaky.

  • FAMILY

    Student research offers beards of masculinity and more

    Across the room from a display outlining the booming mail-order bride business in the U.S., a gentleman with a beard made of flowers discusses the connection between facial hair and masculine identity throughout history.

  • FAMILY

    Game review: 10 Best games ported to Android

    Mobile gaming has come a long way in recent years, especially when Tegra graphics technology is involved. Today, you can play games on your Android tablet, phone, or Shield device that were once exclusive to PCs and consoles. Here are the ten best games to go mobile.

  • FAMILY

    Lean In: Student Rena Wang on the importance of mentorship

    Starting around when my father passed away when I was 13, I began to realize the importance of mentorship. In the years since, I've depended on mentors to help me grow, persevere, and develop into who I am today - I know firsthand how life-changing these individuals can be to a young person. From...

  • FAMILY

    Lean In: Student Rena Wang on the importance of mentorship

    Starting around when my father passed away when I was 13, I began to realize the importance of mentorship. In the years since, I've depended on mentors to help me grow, persevere, and develop into who I am today - I know firsthand how life-changing these individuals can be to a young person. From...

  • FAMILY

    Shedd Aquarium: Providing students with hands-on job experience and career exposure

    Chicago's much-beloved Shedd Aquarium opened on May 30, 1930 as the first inland aquarium with both salt- and fresh-water habitats. Since then, the aquarium has expanded its offerings to include community outreach and education initiatives, and it functions as a vital landmark in the community, ...

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