From 2014–18, our ENVS students documented their scholarship on DS sites they authored and administered. This work was impressive, but could be hard for viewers to discover. We thus built ENVX (Environment Across Boundaries) as a showcase site promoting their scholarship from a central location. The site was launched via a PressForward grant supporting digital curation; the innovative feature of our project relative to others was that we trained undergraduate students to serve as curators and editors, who followed a strict editorial process supported via Oasis Workflow. Similar to the Overseas and ENVS sites, ENVX was built on a relational CPT database to bring together student contributors, student editors, and content, with all items accruing to dynamic contributor and editor pages. We even registered the site via the U.S. ISSN Center at the Library of Congress (ISSN #2476-1613), and began publishing ENVS honors theses through ENVX. In all, the ENVX site supported over 50 student contributors and over 75 instances of scholarly content edited by roughly a half dozen students.