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Croak

As I walked back along the trail from the vernal pools at the Watershed Institute, I heard croaking noises coming from among the tall grass. It took me about ten minutes to find it, but my patience was rewarded.…

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World Water Day

World Water Day is an annual United Nations event, started in 1993, focusing on the importance of water. I attended a free event at the Watershed Institute to celebrate World Water Day. There were games for kids and explorations in the labs. I did not participate in any of the outdoor water-themed arts and crafts, but I did walk along the nearby trail and explored some vernal pools. Ar the Water Bar, I tried a sample of different small cups…

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The Colours of Autumn

Autumn at Princeton University with people playing in leaves

After spring, autumn is my most favourite of the seasons in the North Eastern USA. The cooler autumn air is a welcome respite from the heat and humidity of summer. Although it’s been a little unpredictable in recent years, the change of the leaves from green to various hues and shades of yellow, orange, and red provide a bright, colourful display.…

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Away

Hopewell Pharmacy

Monday I am so tired this morning. I was up late last night throwing up my dinner. I think I had food poisoning from one of the sausages I ate last night. The sausages had either gone "off" or were undercooked. I put them in the garbage. Hamish Gill shares his thoughts on the ongoing retro camera design trend, specifically the design of Nikon's Z Fc. I personally prefer a dial that allows me to see at a glance where…

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