Handbook

Environmentalists highlight importance of hunting in new manual

Emily Iehl was sliding down a peaceful river in the middle of the night, just listening to the slide by the canoe when she heard a huge slam on the water. “It made me lose my mind because I had no idea what would happen there in the middle of the night,” she said. “And […]

Yearbook

How directory signatures have evolved since the 1600s

In 1635, the first public school in what would become the United States opened. The Boston Latin School only admitted boys and focused on a humanities program. The earliest “yearbooks” and their signatures date back to the east coast schools of the late 17th century, where people signed album-style books containing hairstyles, dried flowers, newspaper […]