Nicholas School Blogs

It’s Not Easy Being Green (in the Sonoran desert)

We have just gotten back from a weekend of camping here along the Infiernillo, where our class has seen and […]

Life under the Sonoran Sun

Hola! Buenos Dias! Hello! Greetings! I will be guiding you through our first two days here in Kino Bay and […]

Critiques of the Safe Drinking Water Act

Throughout my course, ENV212: U.S. Domestic Environmental Policy, I have been studying various United States policies centered around environmental issues. […]

Becoming a “shell-fish person”

I’ve never been a “shell-fish person”. In fact, while growing up, my family often got fresh mussels from the beach […]

Can We Outrun the Rising Tide?

More rational coastal zone planning could save vacation home owners a lot of money and save fishermen a livelihood.   

March for Science planned in Beaufort

The Beaufort March for Science is a peaceful, nonpartisan, inclusive event to promote science and to educate the local community about how science impacts their lives in Eastern North Carolina. Stop by to pick up free educational materials, talk to local scientists, and show your support for science.

Early Morning Magic

I walked down the beach as the sun rose…soft sand under my feet, slowly dusting my heels with little golden […]

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