As part of the Goldstein Program in Public Affairs, Dan Holler ‘05 spoke in the Alumni House about getting a job as Communications Director for the Heritage Foundation, a prominent DC think tank. working in professional politics or advocacy. Afterwards, he gave a public lecture on the Republican presidential primaries in Hynson Lounge entitled “Breaking all the Rules: The GOP Primary.”
The Ichthyology students observed Zebrafish larvae exhibiting positive phototaxis, a tendency to move towards the light. In this experiment, half of a glass tank was covered in foil to create dark conditions and students watched as the larvae settled themselves in the lighted portion.