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Through Performance, Mississippi Students Honor Long-Forgotten Locals

Every year, a history teacher in Columbus, Miss., takes high schoolers to the local cemetery. There, they tell the stories of those who are buried, and learn more about their own place in the world.

Charles Ornstein with his parents at his Bar Mitzvah. Through their voice messages, saved on his phone, Ornstein has a trove of verbal memories. Courtesy of Charles Ornstein hide caption

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'Kiss Everybody': Voice Mails Live On After Parents Are Gone

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American Outlaws, seen on the big screen, cheer for the U.S. women's national team more than half an hour before kickoff during a match with Mexico on May 17. Shereen Marisol Meraji/NPR hide caption

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For Women's World Cup, U.S. Soccer Fans Kick It Up A Notch

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Families peruse the belongings left behind by DePauw students. Stan Jastrzebski hide caption

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Colleges To Students: Don't Trash Those Dorm Castoffs! Donate!

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The remains of the battleship USS Maine, which was blown up in Havana Harbour, triggering the Spanish-American War. Henry Guttmann/Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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'Remember The Maine' — In Indiana!

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Through Performance, Mississippi Students Honor Long-Forgotten Locals

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A sign encouraging people to save water is displayed at a news conference in Los Angeles. Water use restrictions in California amidst the state's ongoing drought have led to the phenomenon of "droughtshaming," or publicly calling out water wasters. Nick Ut/AP hide caption

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In California, Technology Makes Droughtshaming Easier Than Ever

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