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Monthly Archives: April 2012
The link below allows you to explore the Huxley University website and learn more about the institution that accepts students based on their DNA samples. The website was created by Eric Alderman and Mary Buzzard, and contains many references to novels that deal with the topic of genetics. Enjoy! http://huxleyedu.weebly.com/ Filed under: Class Projects, Novels, […] Continue reading
Ka’s presentation was very interesting in its comparison of the work of William Blake to that of Laotse. I found it to be an incredibly interesting cultural amalgamation and it was striking that she detected a similitude between them that suggested a literary analog of each in the other. I was disheartened during her presentation […] Continue reading
by Ejebagom John Ojogbo, Omotoyosi Taiwo, and Tara Welytok
I’m a pretty happy person. I’m usually quick with a joke,. I cheese it up in whatever picture is taken of me, and generally I’m just hard to get down. So in my personal opinion I’d be a potential carrier of Thomas Kurton’s happiness gene. However, I’m just not happy enough unfortunately. I do get […] Continue reading
Does Joe know electronics? – Rocky Gray, Rob Jackson, Gayashan Ediriweera
By Joe Cassiere, Kevin Johnson, and Michael Thomas