Mari-Vaughn Johnson describes being in Juneau, Alaska, a lot like being on an island. Like many locations in the state, the only means in and out are by plane, boat or trail.
Three renowned war correspondents gathered at the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa on April 22, 2022 to speak to students and faculty about their role in covering the Vietnam War as journalists and how their experience holds relevance with the present day Russia-Ukraine war.
“I could hear the fake band and the fake cheering and I was like, I’m right here, I could just cheer for you. Let me do it,” Candice Sarangay, color guard co-captain, said.
Angie Lancaster runs her hands through the endless clay selection at Ben Franklin's Crafts. Finally picking out the clay she wants, she rushes back home, eager to start a new project. As she is molding the clay, she visualizes a bright green incense holder with red mushrooms to accent the green.