BB&N continues to prioritize the health and safety of our community, and to that end a partnership between BB&N Dining Services and a local food non-profit is making a difference for those in need. In response to concerns about excess food waste surrounding school lunches, a new program is turning unused meals into vital resources for the food insecure.
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Although I had my doubts when he left for the evening, the next day he came back, followed by the day after that, and the day after that. The little boy ended up embracing and loving baysail, which gave him confidence in the water, always asking to steer the boat and catch the mooring.
Science teacher Michael Chapman stands before an iPad mounted on a tripod and speaks to his four Honors Chemistry students doing today’s lab remotely—three at home and one, an on-campus senior, who Zooms in to this class of junior-cohort students.
My career is centered around the miracle that is our lungs, and their daily struggle to bring in oxygen, while keeping everything else out. The lungs are the only major organ in constant communication with the atmosphere, and it makes their job more difficult. We've understood their importance for centuries, with the Hebrew word ruach and the Christian concept of the Holy Spirit—both basically embodiments that breath is equivalent to life. In Eastern religions this is prana in India, and Chi in China. Siddhartha Gautama, otherwise known as the Buddha, had it right when he said in the 5th century BCE that a dedicated focus on the breath is the only path to nirvana.