The Liberator

Ice Ice Baby: Walker in Arctic

Eve Nguyen, Staff Writer

October 9, 2019

The Dalton Highway, a 414-mile dirt road, starts near Fairbanks, Alaska, and travels north past the Arctic Circle, ending at the Arctic Ocean. About 9.5 hours north of Fairbanks, up the Dalton Highway, is the remote Toolik Field Station. Planet Earth and Organic Chemistry teacher David Walker stayed...


British Airways' first flight landing in Austin in 2014 with the cockpit crew waving an American flag in celebration of the new route connecting Austin and London Heathrow. The airline began flying to Austin with the Boeing 787 and now services the route with a 747-400 during the summer and 777-300ER during the winter season. photo by Mateen Kontoravdis

Mateen Kontoravdis, editor-in-chief

April 9, 2019

Over 150 people move to Austin every day, adding to the city’s traffic. The roads are not the only place experiencing congestion though. Five miles southeast of downtown, Austin Bergstrom International Airport has experienced passenger growth which exceeds the national average by over 200 percent each...

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