I was curious about how our bodies—or parts of them, like nails—contribute to the soil’s microbiome. This is especially relevant in the modern age, where we generally spend our lives indoors and away from nature. But, humans still affect the earth’s soil in critical ways, including after we die.
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard Delivers A Mythologically Epic Album￼
Rock band King Glizzard and the LIzard Wizard releases another album this month, triumphing with mystical beats and dynamic dream-like rock.
Remembering Tsung: Professor, Colleague, Friend
UCS to Host ‘Coping With Collective Loss’ Sessions Following Multiple Student Deaths
The meetings are designed to provide people with a place to talk about their feelings in response to the deaths of multiple BC students that have occurred over the past six months.
El Camino Largo
“I was walking through the desert like a zombie,” Edgar Lopez, MCAS ’21, said of his long trek to give himself a chance at life, away from the corruption of politics and flesh in indigenous Guatemala.
Up the Creek Without a Paddle
“The second time my head went underwater, I thought, ‘Shoot, this is such an embarrassing way to die.'”
Graduate of the Class of 2016 Died in Phoenix Home, High School Confirmed
Timmy Frakes, MCAS ’16, passed away Tuesday morning at his parents home in Phoenix, Ariz. More information to come.
Muenster Cheese and An Abundance of Dead Skin
This list is almost as majestic as that eagle.
Embracing Our Friends, or Moving On
Parts of BC, from our poor housing system to our competitive personalities, make students doubt the strength of their friendships.