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Built in 1925 as the Frank Thompson Gymnasium, the structure has been recently renovated to become Frank Thompson Hall, which houses among other things, the Titmus Theatre and the Kennedy-Mcllweee Studio Theatre. Lea tours and describes the new renovations.
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St. David's School in Raleigh offers classes from kindergarten through high school. Current enrollment is 624 students. Smith discusses the educational program.
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North Carolina State University has broken ground on a landmark, state-of-the-art library promised to be the best learning an collaborative space in the country, as the hart of the Centennial Campus. The $115 million James B. Hunt Jr. Library will contain robotic stacks as part of its futuristic design.
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In North Carolina there are currently 4000 people who have been diagnosed with some type of blood cancer. Although statistics for those with blood cancer are sobering, the residents of North Carolina are fortunate to have some of the best facilities in the nation when it comes to diagnosing and treating leukemia and other major blood cancers.
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