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What Makes a Man Gay?

So this evening I was chilling with my friends and somehow we got started on the whole gay discussion (which is still a hot topic in Nigeria I tell you), and it got me wondering… 351 more words

Ezim Osai

Honor Thy Scientific Fathers and Mothers: Undergraduate Experiences

Over the past two years, Dr. Myomancer’s posts have meandered through his personal interests:  neuroscience, behavior, teaching, research ethics, and academic life.  My most popular posts have been either about people I know or have known in relationship to science and what can be loosely described as essays about a scientific and/or academic life.   1,862 more words

15 Days to 30

February 2007
On my birthday, I received a phone call stating I was one of the first recipients of the Helene Fuld Nursing Innovation Scholarship at Arizona State University! 74 more words

Foster Care

Let me tell you why I do this sh!t, I’m a son of a gun…
The Documentary – The Game

The cliché thing to say would be “I’m crazy”, which used to be how I described myself.

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Ezim Osai

Reflecting on my final Spring Semester

I will continue with my last day of Seattle tomorrow. Today is a special day for me as today is my very last first day in my undergrad career. 435 more words

Vacation

Geography Student Photo Competition 2014-15

We had lots of great entries to last semesters competition, congratulations to Leila Eddakille for her entry ‘Flower Lady’. The full album of the top pictures can be viewed on our Facebook page.

Student Experiences

Bone cement – saving lives since the 1940s (Part 2)

Part 1 can be found here.

So where does bone cement fit into this story? Since the 1940s, bone cement has been used, well, to cement bones back together (sorry it’s so obvious!). 726 more words

Biology