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This guarantees four other cleanups at St. Louis Avenue, she said.
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But while Adopt Your Beach appealed to vacationers for a short-term commitment down by the water, Adopt Your Street has been struggling to draw participants. The drug court, where offenders can be sent in lieu of the traditional judicial process, is one of the few agencies that have stepped forward to commit to a four cleanups a year.
This is a more formalized approach where we go out there and clean up the streets … and make a difference in the neighborhood. Participants in the program are non-violent offenders whose crimes are driven by addiction. The grants are intended to support services such as crisis intervention and advocacy. Accompanied by her research assistant, senior Kaitlynn Ecker, Durso spoke with survivors of domestic violence to better understand their needs. Framing the recurring themes of poverty, transportation, and communication were the concepts of social cohesion and isolation.
But what has not been thoroughly explored is the idea that social cohesion is not great for [victims of] domestic violence. Because domestic violence is often seen as a private, even shameful matter, it can prevent people from seeking help. With more data on social cohesion and isolation, social media, access to resources, and particular barriers to resources, MSCFV can better understand where they need to target resources, and where other grant money might be directed.
The interviews informed what other resources could be mapped: For many, it was the first time they had shared their story. The broader technology they are learning about— Sharklet—is a product that mimics on a molecular level the skin of a shark, enabling it to easily repel germs and bacteria from surfaces without the use of chemicals.
Sharklet technology is an example of biomimicry—when scientists mimic something that occurs in nature, explains chemistry professor Anne Marteel-Parrish, who is there with her undergraduate students to introduce green chemistry to the high schoolers. In this case, she says, the inventor realized that the skin of sharks, comprised of denticles in a distinct diamond-shaped pattern, acts as a natural repellent.
She approached the high school science teachers last year about introducing their students to green chemistry through a series of four experiments, which she and her undergraduates would present. While using chemical-based cleaners may purge a surface of germs or bacteria, those chemicals enter humans and the environment, causing all sorts of unintended consequences. If they could get more BMPs such as cover crops and controlled drainage structures in place, they wondered, would they be able to pick up changes in water quality in the streams?
Tangentially, they and other researchers at Horn Point studied the social science involved, reaching out to residents and farmers to learn how they felt about BMPs—how hard or easy they were to implement, and why. A third project—taking place at a single farm in Caroline County—is measuring the effects of controlled drainage structures. But connecting with those whose livelihoods depend on farming has been key to research that Fox and fellow scientists have been conducting in Caroline County evaluating best management practices in agriculture, a critical element to the overall health of the Chesapeake Bay.
Fox began the oldest project while still a post-doctoral researcher at Horn Point. While setting records—and never missing a practice—as a member of the varsity swim team, she is double majoring in biology and environmental science, minoring in German, and seems to be everywhere at once, wholeheartedly embracing every opportunity WC has to offer.
As vice-president of the Garden Club, she has helped raise bees and harvest honey, labored over huckleberries and other native plants, and composted table scraps from the dining hall. She has been named Centennial Conference Swimmer of the Week twice and Shorewoman of the Week seven times in three seasons.
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She is president of the German Club, a member of the National German Honor Society, and last summer organized her own trip to study German for the Natural Sciences at the University of Freiburg in Germany with a grant from the Cater Society, of which she is student vice-president.
She juggles the swim team with other extracurricular activities while still maintaining a 4. On top of that, she is friendly and easy-going, very collaborative, and has a natural gift for research.
She loved the science, and had dreamed of becoming a marine biologist, living near the water, which was part of what drew her from her hometown of Palatine, Illinois, to Washington College. And even beyond the water. But helping stop food waste is only one benefit of this new program. It gets you off the campus, and I just like to serve and meet the community.
Inseveral students worked to create a local chapter of the FRN, a national organization that mobilizes college students to prevent food waste by donating food that would not otherwise be used.
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The students help set up, serve, and clean up. To help him get to the other side of the counter, Long turned to Washington College and its pre-health professional studies. Pharmacists can help patients navigate the system and help them get the medical care they need. It really was like a dream.
We were able to meet with members of the Ercolano choir, a group of high school-aged singers from the area who performed an a capella set after our minute performance. The town presented us with several gifts, including color prints of local art, wine, ceramics, pictures of the altarpiece and a seal of the Campania Region.
The boys gave Gilman pins and stickers to all the members of the Ercolano Choir after the unforgettable concert. Now we pack up and say good bye to Sorrento. We will tour Pompeii Monday and the boys are really looking forward to seeing this site.
Today we saw a destroyed town called Pompeii. That town was once very colorful, but now it is in ruins. A volcano erupted and ruined the town long ago, which is why it was abandoned, and then it slowly became what it is today.
After seeing the town of Pompeii, we ate lunch at a fun restaurant. Because we sang so well last night at the church, the teachers bought us all gelato! Now, we are on our way to Rome, and I am extremely excited to see the nice town. Today, as Matt said, we visited the city of Pompeii. It was buried for over 1, years before it was excavated from thick ash from Mt. The ash preserved the wealthy city for that long period of time.
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After exploring Pompeii, we went to a nearby restaurant to have pizza and spaghetti. There was also a gift shop, so we bought souvenirs for our friends and family.
We are currently leaving a store and are on our way to Rome. Everything was beautiful; each wall and each door was ornately carved and painted while paying attention to the smallest detail. It was truly a feast for the eyes.
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After a very successful performance, we traveled to the Vatican. We toured through St. We were fortunate enough to experience the beginning of the process to select a new Pope.
Finally, we went to the Pantheon and then to a nice dinner. It was a fantastic day! It is unbelievable that we are getting ready to leave Italy!