Problem Series, Huxley College, Monthly Planet
Undergraduate Problem Series: Huxley College of Environmental Studies, Western Washington State College.
John Muir helped a Presbyterian minister choose a site near the north end of the world's longest fjord for a mission in the year 1879. The Reverend S. Hall Young declared that "Haines Mission" would be founded for the benefit of the fierce Tlingit inhabitants. I do not know what "benefit" the Tlingits have received, but my guess is Haines, Alaska 99827.
David Clarke and a group of other fervent environmental professors chose a site near the south end of Western Washington University's campus for a cluster college, in the year 1968. David Clarke declared that "Huxley College" would be founded for the benefit of dedicated environmentalists in Washington and beyond. I am not sure what "benefit" the environmentalists have received, but now they've got The Monthly Planet.
Blix, Brian, "How to Put Tar in the Planet and Keep Feathers on the Eagles: The Best and Worst of the Monthly Planet and Weekly Letters to an Alaskan Editor" (1981). Environmental Studies Graduate and Undergraduate Scholarship. 1.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Journalism--Editing; Letters to the editor; Monthly Planet (Bellingham, Wash.); Lynn Channel News (Haines, Alaska)
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