“I just love life, I really do,” LSA senior Ahmad Hider said with a wide smile at the start of the interview, with energy and enthusiasm that were present throughout the entire conversation.
Hider began by listing what he loves about his life — family, friends, basketball, food and so on. His list was endless, but he noted education as his primary focus and passion during his three years at the University. He said education is the most powerful tool one can have — it provides people opportunities to succeed, and it stays with you for life.
The theme of Tyson’s Wednesday night talk was “cosmic perspective,” which Tyson defined as a view bigger than an individual’s own perspective that offers a humbling but enlightening outlook of one’s place in time and space.
A University of Michigan research team is collecting stool samples from people with norovirus symptoms or those who have recovered within the past three days in order to study the virus and seek a potential cure.