Photo of a Painted lady butterfly sipping nectar on a plum tree taken by Ms. Jen with her Nikon D800 and a 70-200mm f/4 lens.
Monthly Archives: March 2017
Photo taken on Sun. 03.12.17 by Ms. Jen at the Huntington’s Cactus Garden with her Nikon D800 and a 70-200mm f/4.0 lens.
I have been collecting links for about a month now, some of these you may have already seen but enjoy the ones you have not yet read:
From the Stories, Myth, and Fiction Beat:
From The Science Beat:
Comet 41P/T-G-K Tangles with the Great Bear : Get out your binoculars and look for the comet in the next two weeks.
New Way to Fight Superbugs Found in Noxious Weed : When folk medicine helps fight MRSA
The Very Drugged Nazis : What is says on the tin
Researchers create ‘time crystals’ envisioned by Princeton scientists : How about adding a little time to your crystal molecules?
The Education Beat:
And for centuries, segregated by age but never by background, all students congregate in the large meeting room for their 40 minutes of quiet reflection every week. While the meetings always begin in silence, they can eventually be punctuated by the thoughts of anyone in the room who has something to share.
School officials concede that the meeting is sometimes viewed as an imposition by younger students, but say this tends not to be a lasting attitude.
“Invariably, when alums come back here, the thing they say they miss the most is our weekly meeting,” said Travis Larrabee, the high school director. “In what other part of society do you sit in silence with 500 other people?” – Before Matt Ryan’s Ascent, a Quiet Grounding in the Quaker Way
In Hillsdale College, a ‘Shining City on a Hill’ for Conservatives
The question remains is it possible to have a liberal great books education that builds on the western canon and adds in a diverse array of women, POC, the 20th Cent, and post-modernism? I know so. I learned it at Scripps College from 1986-1988.
Fri. 03.03.17 – Photo of local environmental art taken by Ms. Jen this afternoon with her Nikon D800 and a 70-200mm lens.