We were proud to hear two familiar and talented voices on NPR radio last month. Emily Guerin (MCS 29; BC staff ’04) lives in North Dakota and is a reporter for Inside Energy, a media collaborative focused on energy issues from production to consumption. NPR ran two of her in-depth stories about the dangers of current-day energy production, part of a series called “Dark Side of the Boom.” One focused on coal mining in West Virginia and the other on the oil and gas industries in North Dakota. On another day, Jesse Dukes (BC staff ’00-’05) spoke with an NPR reporter on “Morning Edition” about what he learned while embedded with Civil War re-actors fighting for the South during events honoring the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg. In this story for NPR’s “Race Card” series and in an article in Virginia Quarterly Review, Jesse explored how re-enactors feel about the Confederacy and their Confederate ancestors.