This week, Oxford’s homeless population will be eating hot dog buns. I’ve said on this blog before that one of the high points of my week is my work with Food Justice, a non-profit in Oxford that diverts nearly-expired supermarket food from the landfill and gives it to organizations that provide meals for the needy. … Continue reading On Hot Dog Buns and Capitalism
Finally, I can leave Oxford knowing that, although I may leave England in body, I will live on in spirit. Yes, the great deeds of Worcester College Boat Club have been immortalized in the Oxford Student newspaper. And I thought the Daily Princetonian printed some pointless stuff.
Behold! I have created a thesis! Minor existential angst aside, I’m proud of how it turned out, and hope to write about some of my findings some time soon. In an early attempt to get some of it out there, I’m sending my thesis out into the wilds of the internet. Those interested to see… Continue reading From Yasuní to a PDF Near You
To my surprise, even after a year of sporadic posting (and nearly nine months without a picture of a monkey), there are still people reading this blog. While, in general, I find this flattering (if a little confusing), it’s a bit unfortunate to have a readership anytime my writing is terrible and I say deeply… Continue reading Poor Writing and Ethical Hangovers