HOLD ON TO YOUR SEAT AND GET READY FOR A BLOG BLITZ! Today is the last day of classes, phew! Across campus students will conclude ethical conversations about lifeboats, embark on their final field trip to track wildlife on Chewonki Neck, and throw down a little more elbow grease down at the woodlot. As students gear up for exams, let’s celebrate their hard work and creativity throughout the semester in their classes. Check back daily for the class highlight of the day!
Today’s highlight is from Natural History. Check out Lizzie’s field journal entry on Popham Beach dune systems (including the tail end of her entry on the rocky intertidal zones at Pemaquid Point and the introduction to her entry on the Chewonki salt marsh).
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– Lizzie Landau, Short Hills NJ