Monthly Archives: June 2013
Special Saturday Post. Oh, wait, by the time I post this, it’ll be Sunday. One of my classes just went through respiratory system, and another will go through that in a couple weeks. It makes a great time to talk about something in the news. Sarah Murnaghan, a 10-year-old Pennsylvania girl with cystic fibrosis, came into […]
Summer Term. Students finally getting interested in my teaching topics. One student asked this past week about e-cigarettes. I don’t know much about them, so it made a great research-and-post topic. History Modern e-cigs are widely believed to be developed by an inventor in China. A heating component heats up a liquid, vaporizing it, […]
Last night, I heard the LA County Coroners’ Office ruled Canadian visitor Elisa Lam’s death an accident. If you don’t remember, earlier this year (January?), LAPD had put a missing person’s alert for her, and she was eventually found in one of the water tanks on the roof of the hotel she was staying downtown […]
Just taking a quick time-out to prep for summer teaching: General Anatomy Lab at GWC and Human Bio at CYP. Students, check out your Blackboard and ProfChang.com for more. Back to prep.
Couple of quick notes as we are out of town this weekend: Bruins’ Campbell breaks fibula on live TV and stays out on the ice This past Wednesday, in Game 3 of the 2013 Stanley Cup Eastern Conference Final, Boston Bruins center Gregory Campbell laid down on the ice to block a shot from Pittsburgh […]