When I was in my 20s and looked ahead, I saw a lack of water on our planet as the cause of our demise. All I’ve ever wanted was to be wrong.
“A Cure for Wellness” could have heralded a return to the classic horror of the late 19th and century, but instead sinks into convoluted cliche.
IC Young Americans for Liberty spent the day Feb. 16 collecting donations to send clean water to Flint, Michigan, which has been rocked by a drinking-water crisis.
Through the weekly challenges, I’ve found that it is easier to stay away from the foods I say ‘no’ to the week after the challenge. You and your body get used to not seeing french-fries on your plate, or root beer in your cups as much as before.
The dining halls are filled with ice cream, pies, cookies and cakes everyday. If they’re all ready for me to pick up and eat them, how am I supposed to say no? Well this week, that’s all I am allowing myself to say.
Living here also means that we are lucky enough to have constant and clean connections to water. So, let’s utilize it! This week, I challenge myself and everyone to drink water as their only beverage.
Documentary filmmaker Mara Alper, associate professor of media arts, sciences and studies, will be presenting at the 7th World Water Forum being held in Daegu, South Korea, April 12–17.
Black water. Together, these two words don’t exactly make most people feel all warm and fuzzy inside. It kind of freaks you out. Water is supposed to be colorless! Dark water is probably an indicator that it is dirty. Muddy. Something gross. I was Tumbling on Tumblr the other day (as I often do) and…