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Tucked away behind a curving driveway concealed from the street is one of Raleigh's acknowledged early Modernist jewels: Blue Haven. The home, named for its distinctive Carolina Blue Stone, was constructed in 1959 by Raleigh architect F. Carter Williams as his personal residence and is considered by many to be his signature work.
Even in a difficult world economic climate, universities are looking beyond America's shores for growth. Not just bringing students here but also looking for partners to build campuses. Once such endeavor is the Duke Fuqua School of Business, which is building a campus in Shanghi.
Wake Tech and the Wake Tech Community College Foundation are reaching out to teens leaving high school and foster care. The \"Fostering Bright Futures Fellowship\" program offers financial, academic and social support to students who are transitioning out of the Wake County Foster Care system.