Posts Tagged ‘media’
As the semester comes to a close, we want to take a moment to highlight the real MVP of finals week: Naps. The problem most students face this time of year is that with all the projects and tests to prepare for, sometimes a good night’s sleep has to be put on the back burner. The solution: Naps. And some students will nap just about anywhere, if the opportunity arises. So in this video, we ask students about their favorite nap spots around campus.
Ever wonder what happens behind the scenes at the Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House in Chesterfield? This video brings you a close-up look at a day in the life of entomologist Tad Yankoski as he unpacks shipments of chrysalis and pins them to be hatched in their emergence cases before releasing them into the Butterfly House conservatory.
Social media has turned us into a society that looks down. We are captivated by life on a screen and missing out on the life right in front of us. But, is this all-consuming social media causing more damage than simply missing special moments? Is it changing us for the worse?
The Saint Louis Zoo looks beautiful as the park prepares for the holiday season. The Zoo’s Wild Lights event runs select nights throughout December and features light displays as well as fun holiday themed activities. Zoo guests can listen to carolers sing, drink hot chocolate and watch ice sculptures being created. A selection of animal exhibits will also be open during the Wild Lights event plus kids’ rides and shopping and souvenir opportunities.