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Event Blog 2 Extra Credit: UCLA Meteorite Collection

           Last Friday, May 10th, I took a visit to the UCLA Meteorite Collection on the third floor of the Geology Building. When I walked in, I ran into someone who frequents the collection, and he told me to speak with John Wasson, who heads the exhibit. I went up to his office on the fourth floor, and he was able to give me a wonderful introduction to what I would later see in the exhibit.

Week 6 - What is Nature?

           One of philosophy's most great unanswered questions: what is nature? Nature can have so many definitions, but it really just depends on the perspective of each individual, and the emotions they attach to their surrounding environment. Some may hate it, some may feel inspired by it, some may think of it as something divine, and the list continues. 

Event Blog 1 Extra Credit: Sound and Science Symposium 2.0 (Friday)

           When I first heard that there was going to be a Sound and Science Symposium, I was very conflicted between which presentations I particularly wanted to listen to. Ultimately I decided to attend Sarah Brandy's talk on "Sound as Extruded Form" and Jocelyn Ho's discussion about using our mobile phones as musical instruments.

Week 5: Midterm Proposals Review

           After going through all the midterm proposals, I really gravitated toward three in particular. Those three are Water Usage and Pollution of Livestock by Ann Suzuki, Common Paint as a Silent Killer by Lucky Shulman, and Nootreats by Anastasia Lewis. All three of these proposals share a commonality, which is creating products geared toward benefiting the environment. Ann wants to create an app that demonstrates how much water was used to raise the livestock that you are eating and/or create a book that describes recipes that limit water usage.

Week 5: Midterm Proposals Review

           After going through all the midterm proposals, I really gravitated toward three in particular. Those three are Water Usage and Pollution of Livestock by Ann Suzuki, Common Paint as a Silent Killer by Lucky Shulman, and Nootreats by Anastasia Lewis. All three of these proposals share a commonality, which is creating products geared toward benefiting the environment. Ann wants to create an app that demonstrates how much water was used to raise the livestock that you are eating and/or create a book that describes recipes that limit water usage.

Week 5: Midterm Proposals Review

           After going through all the midterm proposals, I really gravitated toward three in particular. Those three are Water Usage and Pollution of Livestock by Ann Suzuki, Common Paint as a Silent Killer by Lucky Shulman, and Nootreats by Anastasia Lewis. All three of these proposals share a commonality, which is creating products geared toward benefiting the environment. Ann wants to create an app that demonstrates how much water was used to raise the livestock that you are eating and/or create a book that describes recipes that limit water usage.

Week 5: Midterm Proposals Review

           After going through all the midterm proposals, I really gravitated toward three in particular. Those three are Water Usage and Pollution of Livestock by Ann Suzuki, Common Paint as a Silent Killer by Lucky Shulman, and Nootreats by Anastasia Lewis. All three of these proposals share a commonality, which is creating products geared toward benefiting the environment. Ann wants to create an app that demonstrates how much water was used to raise the livestock that you are eating and/or create a book that describes recipes that limit water usage.

Week 5: Midterm Proposals Review

           After going through all the midterm proposals, I really gravitated toward three in particular. Those three are Water Usage and Pollution of Livestock by Ann Suzuki, Common Paint as a Silent Killer by Lucky Shulman, and Nootreats by Anastasia Lewis. All three of these proposals share a commonality, which is creating products geared toward benefiting the environment. Ann wants to create an app that demonstrates how much water was used to raise the livestock that you are eating and/or create a book that describes recipes that limit water usage.

Week 5: Midterm Proposals Review

           After going through all the midterm proposals, I really gravitated toward three in particular. Those three are Water Usage and Pollution of Livestock by Ann Suzuki, Common Paint as a Silent Killer by Lucky Shulman, and Nootreats by Anastasia Lewis. All three of these proposals share a commonality, which is creating products geared toward benefiting the environment. Ann wants to create an app that demonstrates how much water was used to raise the livestock that you are eating and/or create a book that describes recipes that limit water usage.

Week 5: Midterm Proposals Review

           After going through all the midterm proposals, I really gravitated toward three in particular. Those three are Water Usage and Pollution of Livestock by Ann Suzuki, Common Paint as a Silent Killer by Lucky Shulman, and Nootreats by Anastasia Lewis. All three of these proposals share a commonality, which is creating products geared toward benefiting the environment. Ann wants to create an app that demonstrates how much water was used to raise the livestock that you are eating and/or create a book that describes recipes that limit water usage.

Week 5: Midterm Proposals Review

           After going through all the midterm proposals, I really gravitated toward three in particular. Those three are Water Usage and Pollution of Livestock by Ann Suzuki, Common Paint as a Silent Killer by Lucky Shulman, and Nootreats by Anastasia Lewis. All three of these proposals share a commonality, which is creating products geared toward benefiting the environment. Ann wants to create an app that demonstrates how much water was used to raise the livestock that you are eating and/or create a book that describes recipes that limit water usage.

Week 5: Midterm Proposals Review

           After going through all the midterm proposals, I really gravitated toward three in particular. Those three are Water Usage and Pollution of Livestock by Ann Suzuki, Common Paint as a Silent Killer by Lucky Shulman, and Nootreats by Anastasia Lewis. All three of these proposals share a commonality, which is creating products geared toward benefiting the environment. Ann wants to create an app that demonstrates how much water was used to raise the livestock that you are eating and/or create a book that describes recipes that limit water usage.

Week 4: Plastic - It's Everywhere!

           I wake up using my alarm clock on my phone. I walk over to the facet and put toothpaste on my toothbrush to brush my teeth. I take a shower and use my soap bar to clean my body. I dry myself off with a towel. I put my glasses on to see for the day. I put my shoes on for work, and I go to the Study at Hedrick to get a coffee. I call an Uber to my job in Downtown Los Angeles. I drink water out of a plastic cup. I use my computer to research reports and do schoolwork. I open up a bag of Miss Vickie's chips to snack on.

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