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Wes Wanders On

And though we drank our health a thousand times; it’s time to ramble on It is with a heavy sigh that we have to say farewell to our resident wanderer Wes Garrity. He has moved north to find new territories to explore and truly we are poorer at his leavin...

Unfriendly Climate

Politics, the Environment and the Search for Truth by Remi Escudie In response to the withdrawal of the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement, President of France Emmanuel Macron urged American entrepreneurs, scientists and environmentally-conscious c...

Cut Out for Crew

by Kristen Coyne | Photography by Dave Barfield Rowing is a unique and demanding sport But for Tall...

050431-N-1810F-181 Fort A.P. Hill, Va. (April 31, 2005) - The spirit of brotherhood through scouting closely resembles that found in the Navy, which add to the spirit of adventure during the National Boy Scouts Jamboree. More than 40,000 Boy Scouts from every state in America and dozens of other countries attended the Jamboree at Fort A.P. Hill. U.S. Navy photo by All Hands Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Todd Frontom (RELEASED)

Boy Scouts of America Expands to Include Girls

by Ursula Perano | U.S. Navy photo by All Hands Photographer’s Mate 2nd Class Todd Frontom On ...

An Equal Playing Field

Photography by Dave Barfield Team sports promote socialization. It’s on a field or court or rink w...

Photography by Patty Kousaleos

Ninth Annual Corporate Cup Challenge Grows by Leaps and Lunges

By Heather Fuselier and Mary Barley Who could bench press the most: teachers or lawyers? Who can p...

Railroad Wander

by Wesley Garrity | Photography by Remi Escudie If your best friend asked you where you could go vin...

Camp Amigo

by Mike Bellamy | Photography by Dave Barfield “Camp Amigo” serves as a place for kids with burn...

From SciGirls to SciWomen A Decade of SciGirls Summer Camp

by Kristen Coyne | Photography by Dave Barfield Twelve years ago, 16 middle and high school girls a...

GO Out and Play

by Sarah Sörne Pokémon GO went live in mid-July of 2016, and no one could have anticipated how it ...