• NEWS
    How Do You Spell “Protest” on a Beach in Maine? R-E-S-I-S-T [CNN]
    A move by the Trump administration to limit public communication from the National Park System inspires a group of individuals, including Melissa Relyea Ossana ’91, to express their opposition on the shores of Acadia National Park.
  • NEWS
    Changing So what? to Aha!

    As deputy chief of interpretation at Acadia National Park, Christie Denzel Anastasia ’92, seeks to ensure that every visitor intersecting with the park has the best experience possible. What this means is that Christie spends a lot of time behind a computer so that the seventy-odd rangers, volunteers, interns, and partnership program staff she oversees can be outside, doing their jobs.

  • NEWS
    Seeking Acadia’s Bats
    Acadia’s bats are suffering from the often deadly fungus known as white-nose syndrome. Erickson Smith ’15 joined a team of scientists surveying and measuring the bats in hopes of protecting them.


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