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Nashville Tech is Helping Seniors Live Better Lives

By Laura Pochodylo While coding, startups and establishing tech incubators are often terms and activities we hear associated with younger Nashvillians, much of Nashville’s digitally fluent generation is focused on aging. There’s a whole community

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Saluting Vibrant Communities at the Nashville Neighborhood Celebration

By Laura Pochodylo The first hint of a fall breeze in Nashville brought many North Nashville neighbors out to celebrate Good Neighbor Day on September 30. The Nashville Neighborhood Celebration’s annually rotating festival found a home this year

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Inaugural STEAM Fest Breaks Through Classroom Walls

By Lee Rennick The first ever Tennessee STEAM Festival is set to take science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics into the community from October 12 to October 22. Designed to educate people of all ages and backgrounds about the

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These Nashville Makerspaces Redefine What it Means to Learn

By Justin Stokes Even though most students went back to school at the beginning of the month, there’s still plenty of excitement in the air about all things educational. Education doesn’t have to end when you finish school, either—there are

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This Nonprofit Demystifies Higher Education in Tennessee

By Laura Pochodylo For some, returning to classes is a sign of Fall as sure as the leaves changing colors. But for many, the guarantee to be able to attend school, especially post-secondary education, is not a certainty. Only 32.9 percent of

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