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Photo Contest Winter 2022

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Kuuk Thaayorre: An Endangered Language with the Right Direction

By Hannah Johnson November 08, 2021 12:00 PM
Imagine the ease of traveling with a GPS embedded in your mind. You might be surprised to hear that this idea is not that innovative and new. In fact, it’s rather ancient—at least as old as Kuuk Thaayorre, a language from the area of Pormpuraaw in Northern Australia. Read Full Story

Traveling as a Private Pilot

By Sabrina Petty November 03, 2021 10:00 AM
My dad has wanted to get his private pilot’s license since he was young. After years of dreaming about it, he decided to finally go for his dream. It took time, money, and lots of effort, but it has opened so many new doors for him—one of those being the ability to travel! He commented that “it took me 30 years after that first flight at 16 years old to finally realize my dream of being a private pilot at 46 years old.” Read Full Story

Attu: A Land of Contrast

By Meredith Gerard November 01, 2021 12:30 PM
Near the end of the Aleutian Island chain, nearly 1,100 miles away from the Alaskan mainland and at the westernmost point of the United States, lies Attu island. This barren, treeless island has been uninhabited since 2010. Though Attu now receives few visitors, its rolling hills hold a rich history of conflict and tragedy, as well as a treasure trove of discovery for dedicated birdwatchers. Read Full Story