My paper is really not going well. Firstly, my research method is pretty bad. I’ve been going to Brandeis every day at roughly the same time to see how many larvae I can see under all the rocks on that … Continue reading
I started my big points cashout today by getting the food for Friday, so I think we’re set for snacks.
I’ll be presenting a poster on my research in Kenya, so please drop by. Don’t worry about class readings, I’m sure Dr. Perlman will understand (or at least blame me instead of you). (EL)2 WHEN: Thursday March 24th, 2011 (schedule … Continue reading
Looking at my schedule, I’m not sure I can go to the zoo enough for consistency (I have a class each day, which means I’d need every day of every weekend at the zoo), so I may need to find … Continue reading
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/11/science/11kin.html?src=twr Anthropologists studying living hunter-gatherers have radically revised their view of how early human societies were structured, a shift that yields new insights into how humans evolved away from apes. Early human groups, according to the new view, would have … Continue reading
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