The Spring Thaw

by Katie Orlinsky

This series of diptychs were taken in May 2015 and June 2015 during this past year’s abnormally fast spring thaw and are part of a larger work in progress about the impacts of climate change across Alaska. Scientists call Alaska “ground zero” for climate…

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Stalking a Killer: Ebola and the Hunt for its Source

by Pete Muller

In 2014 the world witnesses the largest outbreak of the lethal Ebola virus. Before surfacing in Guinea, and later spreading to Liberia and Sierra Leone, the virus was largely relegated to the remote forest regions of Central Africa where sporadic…

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Caddo

by Lance Rosenfield

Hours of engine drone come to a halt and the door opens to a rush of startling silence. Curiosity sharpens my eyes into the soft layers of gray Spanish moss dripping and lifting in the air’s breath like spirits to…

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Aqualillies

by Katie Orlinsky

The Aqualillies are an underwater dance company that has merged the art of ballet with the athleticism of synchronized swimming. Some of the Aqualillies are former competitive swimmers that have learned how to dance, and others are professional dancers that…

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Belarus Must Live

by Brendan Hoffman

President Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus, in office since 1994, was re-elected on October 11, 2015 to a fifth term with 83.5% of the vote. It’s a higher total than ever before; no one believes this to be truthful. It was,…

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Drought in the American West

by Max Whittaker

The American West is entering it’s fourth year of a historic drought. Climate change is playing a role, but there’s simply not enough water to support the increasing population and large-scale agriculture in what is essentially a desert.

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California Wildfires

by Max Whittaker

The years-long drought in California has led to a steady uptick in the number, size and ferocity in wildfires in the state. Wildfires are a natural phenomenon, but drought, climate change and decades of fire suppression led to more than…

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Marcha Al Mar

by Dominic Bracco II

The ocean is man’s last true relationship with the wild. Fishermen and the waters they work cannot be separated. And to save one, you must save the other. For me this meant looking for the places where man and ocean…

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Living City : A Billion Gallons A Day

by Melanie Burford

It is considered the gold standard of urban water systems. It covers parts of eight New York counties and a sliver of Connecticut. It includes 19 reservoirs and three controlled lakes, which can be used to feed the water supply….

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I Can’t Tell You How Much I Love You

by Brendan Hoffman

Five years after the devastating 2010 earthquake that killed an estimated 250,000 people, Haiti continues to struggle. Despite the tremendous resources and ideas brought to bear, intended once and for all to set right Haiti’s development and governance challenges, many…

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Living City : Finally, a 2nd Avenue Subway

by Melanie Burford

The Upper East Side is at last seeing progress on its new subway line. For the residents and businesses in the area affected by this vast construction project, it has been an exercise in endurance. Stalled since 1929, a new…

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Living City : A Tale Of Two Bridges

by Melanie Burford

With thousands of bridges in New York State deemed structurally deficient, there are two choices: repair or rebuild. The 60-year-old Tappan Zee Bridge and the Brooklyn Bridge are the latest examples. “Living City: A Tale of Two Bridges” compares the…

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