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People, Flowers, and Albus the Cat: A Photo Essay

And then she said I had performed a sort of quintessential act of human appropriation of the nonhuman.

In my never-ending quest to conjure up new forms of procrastination, I posted a status on Facebook last Friday asking if anyone wanted to be a part of a Wesleying feature that was quite simply about two things: (1) people, (2) flowers. The feature would go like this: I would take photos of people being ‘unapologetically happy’ with flowers somewhere in the mix.

The idea gained a lot more traction than I thought it would, so I spent my entire Sunday not doing homework and taking pictures of my friends instead. And, as promised, they’re going up on Wesleying.

Sustainability Roundtable presented by The Green Fund

Via Sam Walker ’13:

Do you want to learn more about the green initiatives at Wes? Curious about how you can make a difference? Trying to find people to help achieve your sustainable visions? Like hanging out in the Public Affairs Center?

Join the Green Fund Committee in PAC 001 at 3 pm Sunday 11/4 [That’s Tomorrow!] for a proposal workshop and a project brainstorming session!

THERE WILL BE FOOD, LIGHT BEVERAGES, COFFEE, AND MORE

DATE: Tomorrow
TIME: 3 pm
WHERE: PAC 001