• Something to say
    Something to say

    After 40 years of intermittent, painstaking work, Edna MacLean’s dictionary of Iñupiaq words contains more than 19,000 entries. The dictionary doesn’t explain just words. It also helps explain a people’s culture and way of life.

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  • The gradual degree: from boot camp to a bachelor's
    The gradual degree: from boot camp to a bachelor's

    Some students go from high school straight to college. Others drop out of high school first, and then they go to war.

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  • Current opportunities
    Current opportunities

    Damming a river to generate electricity isn’t always feasible for villages. What if you instead let the river run free?

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Nanook Nook

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The bluff on the bluff

The bluff on the bluff

The cornerstone never served more than ceremony.

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