Saturday's Geography Awareness Week theme is #GeoGeekery. A day to celebrate the old and the under-known, the "Atlas Obscura" of our week. Trivia, puzzles, old maps and old technologies, lore, myth, and geographical curiosities.
Atlas Obscura and Fairmont State University
Fairmont State University Geography students have compiled and already started sending in submissions to Atlas Obscura to put Fairmont WV and Fairmont State University on the Atlas Obscura map.
We want to change the current map to include places that Fairmont State University students associate with the university and think are Atlas Obscura worthy.
The Frank and Jane Gabor West Virginia Folklife Center is on the map! Congratulations to whomever submitted it from campus or community.
Here are more places we'd like to get on the map
Watch this space for Atlas Obscura submissions.
Fairmont State University student, Chase Taylor, submitted a submission for the WV Folklife Center
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