My name is Lynn Tay, and I am going to be a sophomore at Wagner this fall. I am from Sacramento, California and I am a Biology major with a Chemistry and an English minor. I am part of the Wagner Swimming and Diving Team, as well as the Pre-Dentistry Society. Some of my favorite things to do is to read, write, listen to music, and spend time with my family. I also enjoy traveling and exploring new cultures and meeting new people. This summer, I will be traveling a lot, first down to Southern California, then I will be halfway around the world in Singapore for seven weeks! Have a great summer, everybody, and stay posted for stories of my upcoming endeavors!
Gruesome Food for Thought
This July, two other students and I are working with Wagner College anthropology professor Dr. Celeste Marie Gagnon, analyzing human skeletal remains excavated from archaeological sites in the Moche Valley on the north coast of Peru, during the MOCHE Inc. - Wagner College Bioarchaeology Field School. During the field school, we are learning the human skeleton, how to estimate age-at-death and sex, and how to identify disease and trauma. In addition, we tour local archaeological sites and museums, as well as experience everyday life in coastal Peru. Today, we visited Huaca de la Luna. Huaca is a term...
A Message from a Leprechaun
For those of you who don’t know me, let me start off by saying my name’s Kayla and I am not “technically” a leprechaun. I am, however, spending my summer interning in Ireland, and a lot of that Irish luck has rubbed off on me. (Don’t worry; I’ll...