Sunday, May 28, 2017

Moncton fourth-grader's Google Doodle Vision Of The Future

The Doodle 4 Google contest is a nationwide competition that saw over 11,000 students from Kindergarten to Grade 12 share their vision for a chance to design a new Google logo. New Brunswick fourth- grader Wesley Babin created a metal sculpture for the contest that represents his vision for the country's future. His submission titled "A Mechanical Canada" resembles a robot and symbolizes the technological advances he expects to see in Canada one day. The nine-year-old is now one of 12 finalists from across Canada.

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In The Garden

All the rain we've had this spring has been good for the flowers. Too bad about the leaky roof though.

‘Made in China’ Photo Series

BFA Photography and Video student Rujie Wang's ‘Made in China’ photo series examines western stereotypes of Asians. She places her friends among cheap articles that were made in China and purchased at American dollar stores.


The Socialization Of Dormouse

Dormouse is a recent graduate of Kitten School, and the star of a series on how to tame a scared or feral kitten. He is a 4 month old male feral kitten who needed socialization before he could go to a forever home.


'Sparkling Jewel' Beach Threatened

Image: The Siberian Times

This beach, near the city of Vladivostok on Russia's Pacific coast, looks like it's made of jewels. It is actually created from bottles that were dumped there years ago and smoothed by nature.

A recent warning from the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) says the beach will vanish in about 20 years as the vivid glass remains are reduced to sand by abrasion. There is enough glass remaining for one generation - but later it will turn into a regular sand and pebbles bay.

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