Allison Pond
Allison Pond is the national edition editor for the Deseret News. She previously worked for the Pew†Research†Center†on national and international surveys, including studies of young people and religion, Mormons in the U.S. and evangelical leaders worldwide. She earned a masterís degree from Georgetown University in Public Policy with an emphasis in educational, family and social policy and a†BA from Brigham Young University in Communications with an emphasis in print journalism.

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The Idomeni camp existed for only a few months, but residents carved out lives for themselves in that brief time, from weddings to births to restaurant openings.
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