|One of our new friends|
On Saturday my roommate and I took one of our friends to explore south-campus (the Graduate school). Somehow she hadn’t ever managed to make it over there in the last year and a half. The graduate campus is just as lovely as the undergraduate side and inside a set of bushes off to the side of campus resides Narnia. There is a gap down the middle of a hedge that is cleared out enough for people to walk through and students will come and decorate it with their old art pieces. It’s a really neat place. I recommend visiting some afternoon when no one else is there.
In bio we’re playing with Clamydomonas, a type of green algae. We’ve been measuring the length of their flagella using a decently expensive microscope with a very expensive camera. They are kinda cute. It’s a bit challenging to get them entirely in focus, but I really love playing with the microscopes. Tomorrow we’ll be recording the rate of their flagella growth which, to me at least, sounds like a fun time.
|The weather has been unusually sunny recently|
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