Bwoglines: There Is No Essence, Just A Bunch Of Turtles Edition
Written by Angelica Lagasca
Happening in the world: Scott Pruitt, head of the Environmental Protection Agency, rejected the recommendation of researchers (from this here university, by the way) to ban a harmful insecticide from farms. (NPR)
Happening in Nick(???): Just north of the Bronx in New Rochelle, every school nurse has the usual fare — EpiPens and Tylenol — but recently, they’ve come to stock up on nalaxone, an antidote for those overdosing on heroin and other opioids. (New York Times)
Happening on campus: The Columbia Space Initiative and CU Blueshift will be hosting two space-related exhibitions. Arts and Astro will be held in the Lerner Broadway Room from 4 to 7 pm and will feature artwork and space research; Spaceposium will be held in Lerner 555 from 3 to 5 pm and will feature technical space projects and hardware.
Overheard: “There’s no essence, it’s just a bunch of turtles below” (referring, of course, to Sartre).
Health goth tip: Need to exercise but short on time? Try high intensity interval training (known as HIIT). In HIIT, you would perform a certain workout at around 80% your maximum heart rate for a short period of time, followed by a resting interval. The ratio of work to rest will vary, as well as the duration of the workout interval; personally, I do 20-second workout intervals followed by 10-second rest intervals. A HIIT workout in all would amount, for me, to about 15-20 minutes.
Cyclone by Jeanne Lanvin via the Met
Tags: also i'm doing my laundry and no dryers are available smh! whatever ill leave my clothes in the washer, apparently opioids can be used as antidotes for overdone on other opioids wowza, bwoglines, i'm listening to sampha rn and this shit goes off, i'm pre-pharm so because i wanted to prepare myself i read all about opioids, is cuffing season fucking over yet