ARTICLES BY Janine Latus

  • Nadia Orton '98
    February 8, 2019
    Nadia Orton ’98 steps carefully around concrete vaults and sunken spots where pine caskets have collapsed inside century- old graves, her knee-high camo boots laced tight. “I’ve had snakes and stray dogs come out of holes like that,” Orton says, nodding at a grave split in two by a fallen tree branch. Her family insists on the snake boots, a walking stick, a companion. They tell her, “We know you love history, but you’re not supposed to be part of it yet.”
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