- "Rufosity" Boots Local Speller from National Bee
- While she spent months studying the roots of words in Greek and Latin, when Allingham approached the microphone on stage at the Gaylord National Convention Center at National Harbor, Maryland on Thursday morning, rufosity was a word she had never ...
- Holy stichomythia! The spelling bee is back
- WASHINGTON — It's May in Washington, which means the cherry blossoms have finished blooming, Congress is debating the budget, and the nation's top spellers are coming to town. Nearly 300 students from as far away as Asia already have begun arriving ...
- National Spelling bee championship ends in a tie
- NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. -- The bee world has a pair of new spellebrities. Yes, a pair.
- Jacob Williamson finishes top 10 in nation's spelling bee
- NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. – Jacob Williamson's magical run at the 2014 Scripps National Spelling Bee ended Thursday night in Round 10, undone by a single letter. Confident he knew the word "Kabaragoya" when it was pronounced for him, Jacob spelled it: ...
- The science behind anti-redhead prejudice
- Are people with red hair — gingers, redheads, individuals of unusual rufosity, whatever you want to call them — less attractive than people with other hair colors? That is certainly what received wisdom tells us.
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