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While the Pacific Ocean engulfs their Marshall Island homeland, three brothers and their family adjust to life in Arkansas.

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Fandom is a very delicate thing, resistant to sudden change and variations. This goes double for sports fans. On April 26, 2015, many across America tuned their televisions to ESPN2 and found, no, not the Rockets-Mavericks game, which was being aired on TNT instead, but college students play…

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Denise Evans walks away from the popular hangout spot and takes a smoke break off to the side of the 7Hills Homeless Center in Fayetteville. A brick bench sits along the corner of a slab of concrete next to the building. She sits and smokes her cigarette, in no hurry.

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One cool night before the Mini Baja competition in Portland, Oregon, a small group of engineers from the University of Arkansas walked into a vegan mixology bar and found themselves comfortably out of place. Relieved after their two-day drive, they looked around, ordered some Miller High Lif…

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For the girls, it was called “Worth the Wait.” Their value was based on their virginity, and giving it up meant not ever getting that value back.

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The sound of Jeffrey Ernesto Hampton’s heartbeat overwhelmed him. He didn’t know why he had chosen this night, Halloween, of all nights to make his first attempt at going into a men’s public bathroom in his adult life. Perhaps it’s because he could play off his appearance as a costume to any…

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The American Dream is an elusive term. For some, it’s the promotion, the 401(k), the biggest house at the end of the cul de sac.  For Lucero Lopez, an immigrant from Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, one of the most dangerous cities in the world, the American Dream is taking her four children to the pa…

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Heavy rain and lightning enveloped Lauren Morrow’s car as she sped home from her job at Chenal Health and Fitness in Little Rock on April 27, 2014. She knew the storm was bad, but it didn’t worry her too much.

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I remember the day my sister said the words, “Until death do us part.” On that day, looking into her 19-year-old husband’s eyes, she didn’t know that vow would be a mortal choice: death or parting.

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She looks different than I do. She is six-feet-two-inches tall with broad shoulders and legs that go on forever. Her forearms are thick the way a mechanic’s would be after years of working on cars and military aircrafts. Her hands are twice the size of mine. Her large nose dips down just sli…

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Annie Mahoney arrives at Wolfe Pack in suburban Tulsa, Okla., a 9-year-old in a sea of 30 children. Some are beginners, sporting squishy foam helmets, while others are black-belted masters. Without hesitation, she reaches for her ankles to hook the straps back to the underneath of her feet, …

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FAYETTEVILLE— Six months ago, just before Valentine’s Day 2013, a photographer and I came to Bordino’s restaurant to document Jesse Vincent washing dishes. He was focused and quiet. At one point, he timidly ordered us to stay out of the way of the servers. I could barely hear him.

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I sat kneeling on the grass.  The wisps of hair that had fallen loose from my ponytail stuck to the corners of my mouth as the wind blew.  Jim curry kneeled beside me and tried to give me a quick synopsis of what my duties as a beater would be.  He talked fast, almost too fast to really unde…

While the Pacific Ocean engulfs their Marshall Island homeland, three brothers and their family adjust to life in Arkansas.

Fandom is a very delicate thing, resistant to sudden change and variations. This goes double for sports fans. On April 26, 2015, many across America tuned their televisions to ESPN2 and found, no, not the Rockets-Mavericks game, which was being aired on TNT instead, but college students play…

Denise Evans walks away from the popular hangout spot and takes a smoke break off to the side of the 7Hills Homeless Center in Fayetteville. A brick bench sits along the corner of a slab of concrete next to the building. She sits and smokes her cigarette, in no hurry.

One cool night before the Mini Baja competition in Portland, Oregon, a small group of engineers from the University of Arkansas walked into a vegan mixology bar and found themselves comfortably out of place. Relieved after their two-day drive, they looked around, ordered some Miller High Lif…

For the girls, it was called “Worth the Wait.” Their value was based on their virginity, and giving it up meant not ever getting that value back.

The sound of Jeffrey Ernesto Hampton’s heartbeat overwhelmed him. He didn’t know why he had chosen this night, Halloween, of all nights to make his first attempt at going into a men’s public bathroom in his adult life. Perhaps it’s because he could play off his appearance as a costume to any…

The American Dream is an elusive term. For some, it’s the promotion, the 401(k), the biggest house at the end of the cul de sac.  For Lucero Lopez, an immigrant from Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, one of the most dangerous cities in the world, the American Dream is taking her four children to the pa…

Heavy rain and lightning enveloped Lauren Morrow’s car as she sped home from her job at Chenal Health and Fitness in Little Rock on April 27, 2014. She knew the storm was bad, but it didn’t worry her too much.