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Monday 05/23/2016

  • Naomi Dietzel Hershiser '99: I Know, I'm Behind...

    OK, I've been remiss as a blogger and, to a lesser extent, as a phenologist.  I have all sorts of excuses, though they all boil down to one, really... I've been on school trips.  This means that a lot ... more
  • John Tischer '71: Improbable Paradise

    It took a long time
    to get here...
    flowers on the table,
    waiting for hamburger 
    and fries...
    waiting for the rain...
    waiting to meet the
    inevitable traveler...
    inevitable sky bombs
    of celebration, 
    predictable yet 
    accidental paradise
    I never ... more
  • Dan Schofer '00: 5-23-2016

    Ink Road + Abbe Hills. 67 minutes. 10 miles.
    Warm (70 degrees) and windy! Warm-up 3 miles plus strides. Then 6 x 1 mile with 60 seconds rest. Very tough in the wind, so I slowed it down a good ... more
  • Dan Schofer '00: 5-22-2016

    Treadmill. 36 minutes. 5 miles.
    Easy run. Felt good. [Week: 74 miles]
  • Dan Schofer '00: 5-22-2016

    Mud Road. 38 minutes. 5 miles.
    Extra slow and easy run. Felt sluggish.
  • Dan Schofer '00: 5-21-2016

    Town + Green Ridge Loop. 78 minutes. 11 miles.
    Warm and sunny. Easy run. Felt fine.
  • Dan Schofer '00: 5-20-2016

    Town + Track. 69 minutes. 10 miles.
    Warm-up 4 miles, then 6x100 strides. Mini tempo run with splits: 5:59, 5:57, 5:52, 5:39 (23:28), then 4 x 200 with 200 jog: 34, 33, 33, 32, then cool-down. Felt pretty good!
  • Kurt Kohlstedt '02: Off-Grid & Self-Sufficient: ReGen Villages with Vertical Farms

    vertical farming

    Presented at the 2016 Venice Architecture Bienalle, these new communities are designed to be entirely self-reliant, recycling their own waste, generating their own energy and producing their own food. Urban, suburban and rural strategies are combined in fresh ways ... more

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