This isn’t Canada. Still, moose sightings are up across the state, according to a Thursday article by the Torrington Register Citizen. “It’s a small population, but it’s getting bigger,” a state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection representative told the newspaper, also noting that “moose can feel threatened and become aggressive.” Keep your eyes peeled.
Getting good vibes. Bringing together some of Yale’s finest professors from across the graduate and professional schools, InspiringYale takes place this evening in Evans Hall. Invited speakers — such as Robert Shiller and Amy Chua — have prepared uplifting messages for all to enjoy.
What Hillary wants. In a *truly* captivating display of journalistic doggedness, The New York Times’ Upshot team dove deep to analyze the — wait for it — ingredients of a burrito bowl ordered by Hillary Clinton LAW ’73. We know she just officially declared for the 2016 election, but come on.
Character Vitae. New York Times columnist David Brooks — better known around these parts for teaching “Humility” — publishes his newest project today. Entitled “The Road to Character,” his book and seminar both attempt to define a life well-lived. So one can essentially learn the same material either way; it just depends whether you’d rather spend $20 on a book or pay the lifelong costs of therapy to recover from your classmates in Humility.