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#MyBPC: Parasitus (L.) – “a hanger-on, a toady, person who lives on others”

  By Dr. Helene Peters, Ph.D. Chair: Math & Natural Sciences Division Associate Professor of Biology When I first learned about hyperparasites I read the famous rhyme “Siphonaptera” by the mathematician Augustus De Morgan, named for the biological order of the flea ‘Big fleas have little fleas upon their backs to bite ’em, And little …

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#MyBPC: The Business of History

Dr. Allen Associate Professor of History When people first think about the two disciplines of History and Business, they probably do not think the two go together.  Well this semester BPC’s HIS 395 “Public History in America” class is proving otherwise. This course has served as an introduction into the widely growing Public History field. …

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#MyBPC: One class, a few students, and a hidden local gem.

Pictured above is the Conner stable, Farming materials and food for animals were kept inside, along with other things that contributed to the agricultural-based lifestyle of nineteenth century South Georgia. By Marshall Lopez and Jincy Ray What is it? Have you ever heard of the Brewton-Parker Historical Village? It is a hidden gem located right off of …

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