What’s New With Student U

Partnership Brings Farm-Fresh Food To Nonprofits

The Carrboro Citizen When nonprofits collaborate, it typically results in increased services for those the organizations serve, and the collaboration of Farmer Foodshare and Student U is no exception, resulting in fresh local food, served three times a week, to about 240 kids in Durham. Continue reading...

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The Herald Sun DURHAM -- The secret to educational success? It's simple, Dan Kimberg suggests -- Appreciate and nurture the brilliance in every child. Continue reading the article here....

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Student U: A Delicious Partnership

The Herald-Sun I traded in my classroom for office work this summer. I am holding down the fort at our middle school. Not a strenuous job. No papers to grade, no lessons to plan, some filing to do, phones to answer, a new middle school director...

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Cooking & Dreaming Fearlessly with Student U

"How was it?" Mr. John hollered over the rumble of the bus engine. "Awful," Morgan growned. "Awesome!" corrected Rahim. Minutes earlier, the crew of high school students-- Morgan, Rahim, and Jayda-- stood in the kitchen of the Durham Catering Co. (http://http//www.durhamcatering.com/) wielding butcher knives and slicing through whole...

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Angela Ray: Outsiders Art Helps Student U Raise Funds

The Herald-Sun The Outsiders Art and Collectibles Gallery opened in the fall last year. Since its first open house, along with showcasing a number of talented artists, the gallery has hosted several special events. On Wednesday, the Outsiders Art Gallery hosted a fundraiser for Student U. Continue...

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An Evening Of Fund-Raising For Student U

Live Music by Mariah Young Jones, The Blue Tailed Skinks, and Lizzy Ross Outsiders Art & Collectibles hosts a fund-raising open house for Student U to celebrate and support Student U’s year-round programs. This event is free and open to the public. Continue reading the story here....

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‘Student U’ Wraps Up

The Herald-Sun Most middle school students never face singing college students, drummers, exuberant high-fives and hugs while getting off the morning bus. Continue reading the article here....

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