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    Notables, April 23

    Alec Arshavsky, of Chapel Hill, has been named a finalist in the Intel Science Talent Search. Arshavsky is a senior at East Chapel Hill High School in Chapel Hill. He developed an algorithm that automatically identifies the three-dimensional structure of corneal tissue for his bioengineering project...

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    Notables, March 19

    Josh Zoffer, of Chapel Hill, and his debate partner Ben Sprung-Keyser, won the World Universities Debating Championships (WUDC) in Chennai, India Jan. 4. Zoffer and Sprung-Keyser’s victory is the first win by Americans in more than a decade.

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    Notables March 13

    Caitlin Boreyko, a 2010 graduate of East Chapel Hill High School, and currently a senior at St. Lawrence University in Canton, N.Y., took first place in the pole vault in the Liberty League Indoor Track and Field Championship meet on Saturday, Feb. 15, with a vault of 3.3 meters.

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    Alex Arshavsky, a senior at East Chapel Hill High, has been recognized for several outstanding academic achievements. As a 2014 winner of the N.C. Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education Center’s N.C. International Science Challenge, Arshavsky will share his original research on corneal...

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    Notables Feb. 7

    Retiring Director and General Manager of UNC-TV Tom Howe has been inducted into The Order of the Longleaf Pine. Howe received his certificate at retirement ceremonies Jan. 30 from University of North Carolina President Tom Ross and the host of the UNC-TV program Exploring North Carolina, Tom Earnhardt...

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    Notables, Jan. 26

    Chapel Hill student Samuel A. Blank, a junior at Phillips Exeter Academy, has been recognized with honors for the fall 2013 term. Samuel is the son of Daniel Blank.

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    Notables, Jan. 15

    Trinity School of Durham and Chapel Hill senior Harrison Czajkowski has achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. For his Eagle project, he created a picnic area on 30 acres owned by the American Legion Post 6 in Chapel Hill, including building four outdoor picnic tables.

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    Notables Jan. 8

    A team of students from East Chapel Hill High is in the running for a $5,000 prize based on their innovative idea for helping students.

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    Notables, Nov. 6

    This summer, 606 of the state’s brightest rising high school juniors and seniors attended the 2013 N.C. Governor’s School. The five-week residential program provides intellectually gifted students the opportunity to explore new ideas and concepts in their chosen discipline and to study...

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    Notables: Oct. 30

    Anja Sheppard, of Chapel Hill, has been awarded the Girl Scout Silver Award by Girl Scouts-North Carolina Coastal Pines, which is the highest achievement for Girl Scouts in sixth to eighth grade.

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