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ENVIRON 900: Montana Elk Hunts, Bismarck Cab Rides

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The semester swirl warps into such a blur that I sometimes wonder if I’m retaining anything. I’ […]

Happy (belated) Open Access Week!

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Last week was OPEN ACCESS WEEK. I will spare you my own description of what open access is, since a […]

Always Something New at the NC State Fair

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As of Sunday evening, the great Fall spectacle known as the North Carolina State Fair officially cam […]

USA: Environmental Inequity in Alabama

2.5 billion people do not have access to adequate sanitation, an incredibly overwhelming statistic. […]

2014 Alternative Fall Break on Food and Interfaith Dialogue

This Fall Break, a group of Duke students chose to pursue an alternative Fall Break, investigating t […]

In Search of Magic

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Remembering the parts of our world that have been forgotten.

Impressions of a Young Writer

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Last weekend I attended Science Writers 2014, the annual joint meeting of the National Association of Science Writers and the Council for the Advancement of Science Writing in Columbus, Ohio. Here's what I learned at the conference and why science communication is important for everyone.

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