Month: April 2023
Spring Flowers, Tucson, Part 35: Silverleaf Nightshade (Solanum elaeagnifolium)
These spiny “weeds” have gorgeous flowers!
Spring Flowers, Tucson, Part 34: An Unbelievable Prickly Pear! (Opuntia Stenopetala)
Never have I ever seen a prickly pear (Opuntia) that put out flowers like this!
Stop Blaming Biden for his Age: Blame him for his Real Problems
Every story I hear about Biden’s bid at re-election focuses on his age—this despite (or because of) real substantive problems.
Spring Flowers, Tucson, Part 33: Red Cholla! (Cylindropuntia)
These cholla are so incredible, and this is only the beginning of the bloom!
Spring Flowers, Tucson, Part 32: Prickly Pears!
The prickly pears are starting to bloom, along with the cholla and it is more spectacular than I’d imagined it would be.
Spring Flowers, Tucson, Part 31: Palo Verde Trees!
The Palo Verde are starting to bloom in Tucson and it is breath-taking!
UofM GEO ON STRIKE: Update on Grades + Podcast
Faculty are coming around, joining GEO in solidarity against the administration!
Spring Flowers, Tucson, Part 30: Hoffmannseggia glauca
Hoffmannseggia glauca, the 30th flower I’ve posted in as many days. The biodiversity here in this stretch of the Sonoran Desert is stunning!
UofM GEO ON STRIKE: Divisive Myths about Grades
The University is attempting to use lies about grades to divide undergrads from grads. We all deserve better than this kind of base manipulation.