Nicholas School Blogs

Durham, Denmark, and now D.C.

I am in my fourth week as an intern at the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA), an internship that I […]

Stopping by Moores Creek National Battlefield

travel, national park, nature

In the midst of patchwork agricultural fields, grown tall with corn, my husband and I discovered Moores Creek National Battlefield. […]

The Answer is Blowing in the Wind

All this argues for the electric utility companies to spend far less money planning natural-gas and nuclear-fired power plants and far more on wind mills and improvements to the grid

Researching Rote

In January, I received six preliminary water samples from Rote, Indonesia, that were ran in the Vengosh Geochemistry Lab for an […]

Phosphorus in Lake Erie

If we are to ensure high quality water, significant effort must be put to managing sources of nitrogen and phosphorus in runoff that reaches the Great Lakes

Why You Should Write a Letter to the Editor

Writing a letter to the editor is one of the most efficient ways of reaching large audiences. Here’s how to do it.

Getting By With the Help of Friends

I’m only three weeks into my summer in Madagascar, but I feel like I have made it through the hardest […]

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