Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Hunt for Phage

By Evelyn Chiu I had no idea what I signed up for when I decided to add phage hunting to schedule while browsing through courses back in July. Probably something along the lines of looking at a microscope, furiously prodding … Continue reading

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Looking for Phages

By Fion Shiao On the day of convocation, my friends and I went to a walking trail near school where I decided to obtain my dirt sample. I chose a spot full of vegetation thinking I’M GOING TO GET A … Continue reading

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The Streaking Continues…

By Catherine Yin It’s been three weeks since this class has started and I’ve already learned so much. I know, this sounds so cliche, but it’s true. Even the first day of class overwhelmed me as we got to work … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life of a Phage Hunter

By Katie Link It’s Tuesday, September 16th, and the mid-morning sun shines through my cheap dorm curtains and gently awakes me from my long, restful slumber. Most days, my alarm clock unwillingly forces me out of bed and into hours … Continue reading

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Phages!

By Heather Han When I was looking for potential courses during summer, I knew that the Phage Hunting class would be the right choice for me. For how could it not? Throughout high school, my favorite class had been AP … Continue reading

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