Secret Beach, Ambergris Quay, Belize
Science Projects that answer tough questions. Does your cat's butthole touch what it is sitting on?
DBD AV Club
Last night I watched a 1989 Cal vs Oregon State MBB game on YouTube. Observations: Harmon was untouchable; Ralph Miller coached until he was preposterously old; offenses were unimaginative and frustrating to watch then; Leonard Taylor was way more of a beast than I remembered; Matt Beeuwsaert is straight out of a Brett Easton Ellis novel; and Gary Payton is not to be f'ed with.
When she was twenty-five, Ursula Pike boarded a plane to Bolivia and began her term of service in the Peace Corps. A member of the Karuk Tribe, Pike expected to make meaningful connections with Indigenous people halfway around the world. Instead, her time there caused her to ask: What does it mean to have experienced the effects of colonialism firsthand, and yet to risk becoming a colonizing force in turn?
Join Ursula Pike in conversation with UC Berkeley professor Estelle Tarica as they discuss Pike's memoir chronicling this journey. Those who register for this free event will also receive a 20% discount code from Heyday Books to purchase the book.
Our Crumbling Democracy
Today in Covid 19