After travelling to Kenya his sophomore year of college, Todd Michael Anderson, a Wake Forest biologist, became fascinated by savanna ecosystems.
Below the calm surface of the Everglades, a water snake darts after a small-body fish known as the mangrove rivulus. Gaining on the fish, the water snake starts to open its mouth, preparing to savor its dinner.
Behind the closed doors of Winston Hall’s labs, biology students are busy at work studying honey bees, identifying species and examining fungi in magnolia leaves.
Flashback to 1944 in the German-occupied Netherlands.
Only 10 seconds. That’s how long it took for Manchester plaza to be overtaken by a rainbow dust cloud.
“Double, double toil and trouble. Fire burn and cauldron bubble,” chant the three weird sisters as they await the arrival of the prophesized king — the one and only Macbeth.
The smell of hot beef dumplings and seasoned vegetables fills the Catholic lounge, as young children race through Collins’ dorm halls, mouths watering and ready to eat.
Twenty thousand people gathered into the Staples Center to watch the Los Angeles Lakers defeat the Boston Celtics in Game Seven of the 2010 NBA final.