– by Mollie Chapman (Green College Society Member)
Green College Blog
Love stories. They are filled with tragedy, joy and all the emotions you can fit in a novel, a three-minute ballad, or a 14-line poem written in iambic pentameter. Love is depicted in many ways, but the question of what love is has never really gone away. In the sci-fi film The Fifth Element, the plot’s central claim is that love is (SPOILER ALERT) the fifth element, and the one thing that can save the world from alien annihilation.
Vincent Gélinas-Lemaire, Assistant Professor (French), French, Hispanic and Italian
Assistant Principal Clark Lundeen, Principal Mark Vessey and Amy Phillips at the renovated GC woodshed, aka Amy Phillips Building
Sarah Hedtrich, Assistant Professor, Pharmaceutical Sciences
David Duvenaud lived at Green College from 2008 to 2010 while doing a Master’s in Computer Science. He then did his PhD at Cambridge University, and is now an Assistant Professor studying machine learning at the University of Toronto.
David writes from Cambridge, England, while visiting his wife’s family there:
Elizabeth Lagresa-González, Assistant Professor (Spanish), French, Hispanic and Italian
Sigal writes from Washington, DC:
Governments around the world are exercising their powers to steer the outcomes of the current global pandemic. Their decisions are affecting millions of people.
Some decisions have cost lives.
Unfolding before our eyes are the actions, or inactions of our elected governments.