Archive for April 23rd, 2016

Trying to stem flood of drugs in waterways

From cocaine and morphine to antibiotics and antihistamines, the nation’s waterways are awash in drugs. Emma Rosi-Marshall, a scientist from the Cary Institute, discussed this disturbing discovery at the Stroud Water Research Center on Thursday, April 21. Her presentation, entitled “Our Rivers on Drugs,” was part of the center’s Science Seminar Series and attracted ...

 
 

Mind Matters: The path to healthy boundaries

Well, it happened again. A young man walking with, presumably his girl friend at Longwood, has his arm around her neck. She looks uncomfortable and is protesting. Finally, after some time, he gets the message and removes his arm from this “wrestling” hold. No, not the first time I’ve witnessed this kind of display of boundary crossing. The boyfriend, in this scene, ...