Possible new Off the Can meme: the Dave of Approval standing in front of various camel pics. Yeah? Meh?
The Camel Cruisers bike share program is (allegedly) going into effect this week. Here’s how it works:
Let us know if you have any success. We haven’t seen the bikes yet, but Andrew Greaves ‘13 assures us they’re on their way.
Congress petitioned to quit drinking bottled water
In the first quarter of 2010, Congress spent $190,000 on bottled water.
While the College’s bottled water expenditures are slightly less than $190,000 per quarter, SGA Chair of Environmental Affairs Elias Kauders ‘12 has introduced legislation to drastically reduce the consumption of bottled water on campus.
The legislation points to economic, environmental and health-related issues with the consumption of bottled water, and suggests installing bottle-less water coolers in offices, and offering cheap reusable water bottles in Cro.
Talk to Eli with your thoughts - firstname.lastname@example.org.
kamdong asked: hey, so http://fuckyeahtravelinspirations.tumblr.com/ (a travel tumblr) just put up some New London pictures and a few of them are from Conn (I actually requested New London a while back). Anyway they'd be fun re-blogging material!
Great stuff! We’ll definitely check it out.
By the pigeonhole principle, the probability reaches 100% when the number of people reaches 367 (including February 29 births). But perhaps counter-intuitively, 99% probability is reached with just 57 people, and 50% probability with 23 people. These conclusions are based on the assumption that each day of the year (except February 29) is equally probable for a birthday.
Here’s the answer to last week’s On the Can puzzle. Click through for the full explanation. Pretty unintuitive stuff if you ask us.