Believe you can and you’re halfway there.
— Theodore Roosevelt

Throwback Thursday? #Eberhard #happyhalloween #NU

northwesternu:

No Halloween at Northwestern is complete without Eberhard Zwergel. For more than a decade, the chemistry department’s senior lecture demonstrator has dazzled audiences with his annual Halloween-themed science show.

Reblogged from Bleed Purple
woolenspoon:

Well this is awesome. 

I love it, lol.

woolenspoon:

Well this is awesome. 

I love it, lol.

Reblogged from The Woolen Spoon

molgars:

I AM GOING TO PHYSICALLY DIE FROM LAUGHING SO HARD. EVERYONE NEEDS TO WATCH THIS.

Reblogged from "A Famous Historian."
When I tune into Parenthood, I don’t have to psychoanalyze the motivations of a meth lord or worry that I missed a very important Easter egg involving a pair of khaki pants from season one. I don’t have to concern myself with Cytron or Gladiators in Suits or trying to figure out who any moles are. There’s no need to think about serial killers, terrorism, or power struggles over iron thrones. Parenthood is just a thoughtful, well-written show that gives us permission, week in and week out, to feel, feel, feel. Sometimes, that’s just the kind of sweet relief we all need.
yellowpaperbutterfly:

Myoung Ho Lee
With the aid of assistants, cranes, and ropes, this artist places blank white canvases behind trees in various natural settings throughout South Korea. Lee has stated he wants a “vague aspect to my work, so that viewers may question and try to find answers themselves.”

yellowpaperbutterfly:

Myoung Ho Lee

With the aid of assistants, cranes, and ropes, this artist places blank white canvases behind trees in various natural settings throughout South Korea. Lee has stated he wants a “vague aspect to my work, so that viewers may question and try to find answers themselves.”

Reblogged from The Woolen Spoon
And the world makes sense again.

And the world makes sense again.

Youth cannot know how age thinks and feels. But old men are guilty if they forget what it was to be young
— Dumbledore
Northwestern is likely one of very few institutions that can claim to have had its students, faculty or alumni win all of the following: Nobel Prizes, Academy Awards, Tony Awards, Rhodes Scholarships, MacArthur ‘genius grants,’ Pulitzer Prizes, National Book Awards and World Series and Super Bowl rings.
— Morty Schapiro, from Northwestern Magazine
Reblogged from The Woolen Spoon