In the spring of 1961, George Blevins was struggling in college, and not feeling great about his life. He wanted to contribute and to feel useful. So, he decided to join the Freedom Riders.
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When you pull on a pair of wool socks for a hike into the mountains or walk across a sturdy Navajo rug, it may not occur to you to consider what kind of animal the fiber came from.
High school students from around the world recently competed to design a settlement on Mars. A team from Durango took top prize. Durango High’s Aerospace Design Team .
A couple of years ago Denver high school student Tyler Quintana visited a war-torn country, and thought of a way to help people there.