The Morning Interview

‘Paths’ conference changes a student’s path


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Michaela Dunlap is a former Sitka High student who now sits on the Paths Across the Pacific committee. She recalls how attending the Sitka conference put her on course to study Anthropology. Sitkan Bertha Karras says the conference validates her family’s stories about how people first came to this part of Alaska.

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