Nicholas School Blogs

A Brief Survey Reflection


Thanks to Dr. Randy Kramer who provided a very pragmatic and helpful course on “Social Science Surveys,” providing a ‘soup […]

Sea Turtles vs. Sea Walls

Dotted across the summertime shores of South Carolina are numerous sea turtle nests. Predominately these nests are of the threatened […]

Baby Steps

“I don’t like the grass.” She scrambles a little higher in her friend’s arms, toes drifting at the surface of […]

Warming the Gulf of Maine

the oceans’ waters have warmed up over the past few decades.

Visiting New Orleans’ Aquarium

penguin, aquarium, nature

Aquariums and zoos often describe themselves as educational institutions. For example, the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas, located in New […]

Biodynamic Wine Review – The Benziger Estate


This family has proven that simple designs, natural storage, permaculture ideas, and organic pest and weed management can have not only environmental rewards, but great business success as well.

Salty Streams

One of the most persistent and concerning impacts of mountaintop mining is its effect on streams in mined areas. Numerous […]

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