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March 14, 2017

The Longest Poem in the World

The Atacama Desert is the driest desert in the world. Parts of the Atacama have…
The Atacama Desert is the driest desert in the world. Parts of the Atacama have not been splashed by a…
March 07, 2017

Monumental Foolishness

The recent Outdoor Retailer convention debacle proves Utah’s elected officials are the least good.
The recent Outdoor Retailer convention debacle proves Utah’s elected officials are the least good.
February 28, 2017

The Mysterious Power of Arrogance

The story of an overbearing local celebrity in Papua New Guinea illuminates Donald Trump's rise…
The story of an overbearing local celebrity in Papua New Guinea illuminates Donald Trump's rise to the presidency.
February 19, 2017

Day of Remembrance: The 75th Anniversary of Executive Order 9066

As many know, Japanese Americans across the USA will participate this month in their local…
As many know, Japanese Americans across the USA will participate this month in their local Day of Remembrance commemorations. Held…
February 14, 2017

The Challenge Facing Libraries in an Era of Fake News

Making sense of information is hard, maybe increasingly so in today’s world. So what role…
Making sense of information is hard, maybe increasingly so in today’s world. So what role have academic libraries played in…
February 07, 2017

Why Each Side of the Partisan Divide Thinks the Other…

To some liberals, Donald Trump’s inauguration portends doom for the republic; to many conservatives, it’s…
To some liberals, Donald Trump’s inauguration portends doom for the republic; to many conservatives, it’s a crowning moment for the…
February 02, 2017

Research Libraries, University Presses Oppose Trump’s Immigration Order

The Association of Research Libraries and the Association of American University Presses stand unequivocally opposed…
The Association of Research Libraries and the Association of American University Presses stand unequivocally opposed to this immigration ban.
January 30, 2017

Decolonizing Research Practice

There is still a need for research practices that promote trustworthiness and respect for less…
There is still a need for research practices that promote trustworthiness and respect for less powerful participants.
January 24, 2017

Is the Classic “Maya Collapse” Really an Object Lesson for…

Does the "Maya Collapse" warn us of the path that our current civilization is following?
Does the "Maya Collapse" warn us of the path that our current civilization is following?
January 17, 2017

Where Hemlocks Live

7:42 pm, January 1, 2017. My colleague and I have just returned from a field trip…
7:42 pm, January 1, 2017. My colleague and I have just returned from a field trip to Bankhead National Forest in…

 

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