PHOTOS: Chicago Celebrates Joe Biden’s Victory

From ‘Hopeful’ To ‘Terrified,’ Here’s How Some Voters In Chicago Are Feeling Right Now

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
A look back at the time John Lewis was featured on ‘Arthur’

Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter celebrate their 74th wedding anniversary

Downtown kitchen chief retires after decades helping Atlanta’s homeless

Longtime St. Pius employee, champion of underdogs dies from COVID-19

COVID-19 claims longtime Ball Ground resident, avid traveler

When passion projects bloom into businesses

How Myrlie Evers has forged her own path as a civil rights activist

Caretakers of MLK’s legacy: Rangers help visitors absorb importance of key King sites
Made with love: The small, sustainable makers who work in Atlanta’s artisan scene

The books that are checked out most often from Atlanta's library system

Kirkwood newcomers pitch in to help longtime residents facing displacement

Following fire, Paris on Ponce owners launch fundraiser to rebuild

Downtown Atlanta’s iconic neon Coke sign to undergo upgrades


Which schools in metro Atlanta have the best teachers? New rankings released

Atlanta ranks among fastest-growing large cities, new study shows

Atlanta Business Chronicle

Summerhill residents, developers try to come together

WABE Radio Features
In Summerhill: Residents, Developers Try To Come Together. Will It Work?

The West End Is A ‘Front Porch Community’
East Atlanta Is ‘Just Trying To Keep Rocking’

‘Little Five Points Had To Fight To Survive’


As Peachtree Road Race Celebrates 50, One Of Its Most Dedicated Volunteers Bids Farewell

Grieving Mothers Turn To Each Other To Find Strength, Community

A Look Inside Atlanta United Fan Culture, As The Team Looks To Defend Its Title
Influential Atlanta Women Shine During March For Women’s History Month

Beyond The Hustle: The Transformation of T.I.

MAP: T.I.’s Vision To Revive His Childhood Neighborhood

City Council Declares Monday 'Killer Mike Day' In Atlanta
Neighborhood Group Focuses On Helping One Another After Irma Passes


King's Nephew, Isaac Newton Farris, Jr., On Remembering His Uncle And Today's Politics

PHOTOS: Atlanta Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Civil Rights Activist: MLK Was Focused On Bringing Justice In Unsolved 1946 Ga. Lynching

PHOTOS: Take a Tour Through Civil Rights History In Atlanta

Wisconsin Public Radio
Being Bored Is A Skill Worth Saving, Author Says

Much Work Remains To Achieve Gender Equity In Education, Author Says

Author Hopes Name Of Another Great Midwest Conservationist Will Become More Widely Known

The Chronicle of Higher Education

In Airbnb Era, Colleges Count on Housing Contracts to Deter Dorm-Room Rentals

How to Teach the Super Bowl

Today’s Freshman Class Is the Most Likely to Protest in Half a Century

How a Rapper Twitter-Shamed a University Into Paying Him

Wellesley College Names Its First Black President

From the Discovery of the Century, a Journal Gets More Than 15 Minutes of Fame (and a 404)
Fulbright Seeks More Diverse Pool of Scholars and Students

The Strangest Ways Students Pay Tribute to Their Favorite Professors

Should Campus Leaders Ever Disinvite a Controversial Speaker?

The Washington Post
Hoverboards seized at Washington Dulles International Airport

He donated part of his liver to a stranger. Then he fell in love with her.
Dear Washington, this is ridiculous. Go back to school. Love, a Minnesotan.
The surprisingly simple old-school gadget to help you kick your digital addiction

Star Tribune

Cargill, the U are leading the way in movement to enhance food safety

Harmon Killebrew considered for postage stamp, Minnesota delegation shows support
Chisholm post office to be named after Jim Oberstar

Eau Claire Leader-Telegram

Feet of snow pile up feats of compassion, UW-EC grad observes in D.C.
Selma experience: Celebration of historic march honors the past, points to hopeful future
UW-Eau Claire students hear firsthand accounts of civil rights struggle
Off Beat: Farm story assignment rekindles childhood memories
A life fulfilled: Chippewa County farmer Donnie Seibel still doing chores as age 90 nears
Campus farmers market brings local products to students, staff and faculty
Veterans praise World War II movie about survival
Chilly greens: In winter we still can enjoy variety, healthfulness of locally grown foods
Longtime carnival owner enjoys bringing show to places such as Altoona

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