Traveler. Hiker. Sports Fan. Road Warrior. Jillaroo.

Caroline Parker reports on stories at the intersection of faith and schools as well STEM education. She grew up in Franklin, Virginia but has traveled to and through six of the seven continents. Caroline attended the University of Georgia and graduated from the Grady School of Journalism. She is inspired by seeing new places and can call many places home.

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Brunswick Community College: ‘Making ideas happen’

“It’s not about ideas. It’s about making ideas happen.” This quote from Scott Belsky is found painted on the wall...

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Faithfully serving rural North Carolina

What does rural mean? The word evokes personal definitions. For those who live in settings considered rural, it could mean...

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A field trip to see the Greensboro Four

The lunch counter is a sheen black, set with salt and pepper shakers, coffee mugs, plates, and a cake platter....

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Wayne Community College: Creating opportunities for every student

Jorge Martinez became an American citizen this year. He arrived in North Carolina and immediately signed up for an English...

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Resourceful Communities: Where faith and food intersect

“What is your favorite food memory?” Justine Post, the Faith and Food Coordinator at Resourceful Communities, posed this question to...

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Cape Fear Community College: It’s electrifying

If you go to the mechanical engineering technology classroom on Cape Fear Community College’s north campus, look for a cherry...

 

Let your conscience be your guide: A visit to Southeastern Community College

“Let your conscience be your guide” Jiminy Cricket may have first said it to Pinocchio when he was trying to...

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Faith after Florence

In the fellowship hall of Faison United Methodist Church, you can find stacks of diapers on tables, shoes lined up...

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‘Don’t forget us’: Robeson County deals with aftermath of second flood in less than 2 years

Across the street from Lumberton Junior High School, yards are piled with the remnants of people’s lives — damaged furniture,...

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Haircuts, hot dogs, and pews full of bookbags: How churches prepare students for school

Back to school for students can be a tricky time. Excitement can lead to tears, a new year can mean...

 

Robeson Community College: ‘A college of the community’

“From the day your certificate changes from EMT to paramedic, you have to be ready for a situation like this,”...

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A world of welcome

My favorite memory from church did not take place in the sanctuary where I grew up. It didn’t happen close...