With all this snow, instead of complaining, one team of students decided to do something constructive — literally. They built a loudspeaker primarily out of snow (although the drivers were obviously more than just frozen water). It was part of a snow statue contest at Michigan Tech, and while they lost on a technicality, it’s still damned impressive.
So y’all quitchyerbitchin’ about class not being canceled and go build a snowman or something. :)
Puffy cumulus clouds create a beautiful effect as sunset nears in a view of USC’s campus from the top of Parking Structure D. For more sunset pictures and photos of the Williams wildfire from the parking structure, click here.
On Saturday, September 7, 2002, between 5:10 PM and 5:30 PM, at least three unidentified flying objects were sighted in the sky north of USC’s campus. Click here for more details, and MPEG movies of the UFOs!
Alan Doyle, the lead singer for Great Big Sea, sings while a concertgoer lifts his beer bottle in tribute. Great Big Sea, from Newfoundland, is a Canadian band that my parents and I discovered when we traveled to Newfoundland last summer. Becky and I went to their concert at The Troubador in West Hollywood on April 27. For more photos of the concert, click here!