Halfway through her first volunteer year at KNOM, Emily looks back – and offers some hearty encouragement to our 2014-2015 volunteer applicants.
“In 2014,” Dayneé says, “the Morning Show is getting a remake. Why limit ourselves only to two voices?”
“Small-town living in the Alaskan frontier,” Dayneé says, “is a fine balance between rugged individualism and communal caring… Sooner or later, you have to ask for help.”
Tara reflects on her 2013 year in pursuit of KNOM and adventure to Nome.
It’s Christmas time: a special time of the year when we remember those who have lost battles to cancer, celebrate the lives of our survivors, and…
“Only one individual can accomplish the biggest (production) task of the (Christmas) season,” second-year volunteer Dayneé says. “This year, I am that person.”
I talk to my parents every week, which is way more often than I did in college. When I was in school, my parents basically knew…
When volunteer Dayneé Rosales returned to Nome from her vacation (in between her service terms), she was greeted in true Western Alaska fashion: with a severe fall storm.
One of the greatest lessons I learned during college was not from college itself, but from a dear friend of mine. Throughout the semester I would…
“It was inspiring to be surrounded by so many reflective, positive people,” Emily says about the 2013 Alaska Federation of Natives convention in Fairbanks.