What we are facing today is the fact that through our scientific and technological genius we’ve made of this world a neighborhood. And now through our moral and ethical commitment we must make of it a brotherhood. We must all learn to live together as brothers - or we will all perish together as fools.
Today I went to Cedar Point! While there weren’t a lot of trees, there were many large metal structures like this. They made my head spin!
I received an email with some photos of me from last week’s senior symposium! When my tail is at this angle, it means that I am listening very intently.
There were so many people walking around Tappan Square during the day and tonight. These glowing paper bags look very beautiful from high in my tree.
This book makes a very good hat and is filled with lots of biographies of young Oberlin researchers.
A trio of students are talking about musical form and historical change during today’s Senior Symposium. They sound lovely!
Hey Albus, if you're looking for a fun weekend activity, The Bacchae is going up this friday and saturday at 6:45, and it's in the Arb! Plenty of trees to make you feel right at home!
Oh, I love the Arb! I have some family members there that I haven’t visited in a while. This weekend might be a good time.