Unlike these Rocky Mountain wolves, some Barnumbia students have to wait until December 22 to be released.

Bwogline: Five wolves were released into a remote part of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado yesterday as part of a reintroduction program approved in 2020. State officials plan to release 30 to 50 wolves total within the next five years, starting with the release of up to 10 wolves in the coming months. Wildlife advocates have embraced the program, but rural residents have expressed concern over the increased exposure of their livestock to predators. (NBC)

Study Tip: Use a themed study timer like Pomodoro Kitty! It lessens the pain of returning from a study break by at least 5%.

Music of the Day: “Walking Back Home” by Vira Talisa.

Procrastination Tip: Clean out your email inbox! There’s nothing more satisfying than getting rid of hundreds of emails from mailing lists you don’t remember subscribing to.

Overseen/Overheard: A guy who arrived 40 minutes late to our final exam, sat down and stared at the instructions, and then left the room for another 20 minutes.

Wolf via Wikimedia Commons