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    Ornithology scholarship winner will study petrels on Great Duck Island
    Budding natural historian Eleanor Gnam ’23 is the recipient of the 2021 Sal Rooney Scholarship from the Downeast Chapter of the Maine Audubon Society. She will spend the summer researching Leach’s storm petrels at the College of the Atlantic Alice Eno Field Research Station.
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    Move Free moves forward!
    Two College of the Atlantic students are a step closer to winning $10,000 after successfully pitching Move Free, their sustainable, social apparel business, on the first round of Greenlight Maine Collegiate Edition, airing on Maine Public. Watch the episode here!
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    Founding faculty member Bill Carpenter to publish third novel
    “Silence,” the new book from College of the Atlantic professor emeritus and founding faculty member Bill Carpenter, examines the bitter legacy of 9/11 through the experiences of a young Iraq war veteran returning home to Maine. “Carpenter has a reputation for shining an unvarnished light of truth into some darker subjects, and ‘Silence’ is his most ambitious endeavor yet.”

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