Earth Day Observances

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Blog-lag was probably bound to happen once the performances were over. Our two remaining classes will be spent in the following fashion:

1) Having a picnic.

2) Giving our final project presentations.


Said final projects are in varying stages of research at the moment. By which I mean, instead of actually working on it, I recently found myself surfing the New York Times (as per usual and my program bio) and came across this gem:

"Ten Ways to 'Go Green' and Mark Earth Day"


Some suggestions are more substantive than others. I will let you, fair blog readers, draw your own conclusions, but, at least for me, watching "Walden: The Ballad of Thoreau" won't be the only thing I do this Earth Day. Princetonians, at least, can sign up here and pledge not to waste any food tomorrow.

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This page contains a single entry by Jacquelin E. Hedeman published on April 21, 2010 5:49 PM.

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