Just made last-minute plane reservations to go to Memphis to watch the girlfriend graduate next weekend. Who ever said I wasn’t spontaneous?!personal graduation
A cathedral made of bullet casings at the DeYoung museum in San Francisco. Relevant to conversations last night at the pub, and hauntingly beautiful in form despite (or perhaps because of?) the connotations.art pearlsandasweaterset you might find this interesting SF DeYoung good conversations with good friends taken by me
The following restrooms now hold “All Gender Restroom” designations:
ALH 3rd floor
FND El Table
JAC 202a and 459
OBS 1st floor
Also Science Center 3rd floor by the teaching labs. Relatively certain there’s one on the 1st floor by the back entrance as well.wellesley restrooms progress Science Center
Ruhlman 2013. In which the thesis monster is unleashed. And also presented.
(Mostly, I’m just super proud of this spam. Which was made last night in a fit of post-thesis productivity. Why I couldn’t be that productive while actually writing the thing remains a mystery.)ruhlman thesis wellesley science biochemistry my life
Apparently i noticed this trend a while ago. (R., did I really?) Well I’m impressed with my observational skills. And still maintain that it’s a thing.lgbtq we like our benches pearlsandasweaterset gif nonsense
spotted at the corner of mass ave and boylston street | april 17, 2013
home.wellesley Boston marathon monday
F. Scott Fitzgerald The Great Gatsby Happy Birthday!
“Reserving judgements is a matter of infinite hope.” ― F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, published on this day in 1925.
"There was a vase of flame-coloured tulips in the hall - surely the most graceful of flowers. Some thrust their heads forward like snakes, and some were very erect, stiff, virginal, rather prim. Some were dying, with curved grace in their death."
After Leaving Mr. Mackenzie, Jean Rhys
Back on my snowy campus and dreaming of sun-soaked days at the track.spring break sun places I'd like to be personal
Places I belong.future life camping can't wait E. J. et al.
Judith Braun - Fingerings (2010-12) - Fingers dipped in charcoal
Francis Crick’s letter to his 12-year-old son Michael announcing the discovery of DNA’s double-helix structure 60 years ago this week. More at The New York Times.
Jim Watson and I have probably made a most important discovery. We have built a model for the structure of de-oxy-ribose-nucleic-acid (read it carefully) called D.N.A. You may remember that the genes of the chromosomes – which carry the hereditary factors – are made up of protein and D.N.A. Our structure is very beautiful…
Now we believe that the D.N.A. is a code. That is, the order of the bases (the letters) makes one gene different from another gene (just as one page of print is different from another)…
In other words we think we have found the basic copying mechanism by which life comes from life. You can understand that we are very excited. Read this carefully so that you understand it. When you come home we will show you the model.
Lots of love, Daddy.”
(via scientificillustration)science Watson and Crick DNA biology