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Education Briefs - Week of 2/13 - Huntersville Herald


Huntersville Herald

Education Briefs - Week of 2/13
Huntersville Herald
Fuel Pizza and Assistant Principal, Leona Itzhaki, hosted a pizza party for Mary Raymond's first-grade class at Blythe Elementary School to celebrate the beginning of their "pizza garden." The class was chosen as participants in the Food to Fork program.

Local Residents Inducted into Order of Gownsmen at Sewanee - South Cheatham Advocate Newspaper


Local Residents Inducted into Order of Gownsmen at Sewanee
South Cheatham Advocate Newspaper
The Order of Gownsmen is an academic honor society and a unique student government body among U.S. colleges and universities. Since 1875 the Order of Gownsmen has remained the body responsible for maintaining the spirit, traditions, and ideals of the ...

“Meet Your Neighbor” Russell Mainord - Grundy County Herald


Grundy County Herald

“Meet Your Neighbor” Russell Mainord
Grundy County Herald
While there, I was a member of the Gownsmen Honor Society and served as student equipment manager. I earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in American History.” Russell furthered his education at the University of South Carolina. “I earned my Master's ...

Soon just breathing will be considered "sexist" - RenewAmerica


Soon just breathing will be considered "sexist"
RenewAmerica
... cragsman, dairyman, dalsman, Doberman, doomsman, doorsman, dragonman, Dutchman, earthman, everyman, feeryman, floorman, foilsman, forgeman, frontman, fugleman, funnyman, gamesman, gangsman, glassman, goadsman, gownsman, handyman, ...

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Tennessee College Road Trip: Sewanee—University of the South - U.S. News & World Report


Tennessee College Road Trip: Sewanee—University of the South
U.S. News & World Report
Top students can earn a place in the Order of Gownsmen, a governing body and honor society whose members are distinguished by a black academic robe they can wear on campus. "I feel like Harry Potter sometimes," says recent graduate Gracie Becker, ...

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Girl Scout cookie makers fear firings over OT - The Courier-Journal


The Courier-Journal

Girl Scout cookie makers fear firings over OT
The Courier-Journal
Employees at a Louisville factory that churns out millions of Girl Scout cookies each year say they're forced to work six and seven days a week and face firing if they refuse mandatory weekend shifts and overtime. Some of them, who've worked for ...