Rural Students Share Thoughts on City Life

Though some urbanites never make it out to the villages, people from rural areas often have to come to the big city of Anchorage for medical care or educational opportunities. A group of high school students from the Lower Kuskokwim School District spent last week at the APRN studios working on short films. As part of a series focused on rural and urban perspectives in Alaska, APRN contributor Anne Hillman asked the kids to share their views on city life versus rural life. She reports they couldn’t quite come to a consensus on the subject.

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Anne Hillman is the healthy communities editor at Alaska Public Media and a host of Hometown, Alaska. Reach her at Read more about Anne here.

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