• Soeun Yoon

    weathering providence

    a stormy relationship with pvd

    March 22, 2019
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    We’ve all had those days. You know the ones. The ones where you look outside your window, see piles of snow, proceed to wonder why Providence weather can’t get its sh!t together, think f@#! it, and ultimately go back to bed. Then there are the days that really make you question it all: You look […]

    glaciers before they’re gone

    a hiker’s eulogy to 10,000 years of ice

    February 22, 2019
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    Te Moeka o Tuawe/Fox Glacier, Westland Tai Poutini National Park, New Zealand  Last Year, 28 percent melted Fox Glacier, a paradoxical drainage of ice some eight miles long, alights from the airy western slopes of New Zealand’s highest mountains (where it belongs), cedes to gravity, and allows itself to spill downward through valley and ravine […]