We were at journalism camp and were learning about interviews. Just minutes ago, we interviewed Digital Outreach Coordinator Laura Douglas and Director of Education JJ Rutherford themselves. They work at the Nature and Science History Museum. While we were interviewing them we also were studying some historic items such as, bull horns, animal hide, the Native Americans and other things like the Ute Indians, trappers and traitors, and more.
“Students are the most important audience.” Rutherford said. When asked what she wanted to be when she was a little girl, her response was a truck driver.