EBM and Clinical Support Librarians@UCHC

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The Friday Post #40: Pumpkins, Halloween Art, Medical Student Video and a Calculator

Happy Halloween!

Halloween falls on a Saturday this year, which is really fine, it means that party-goers won’t be forced to drag themselves to the lecture hall at 8:00am the next day.  And, even better, October 31 is the start of Daylight Savings Time in the U.S. which means one added hour to sleep in!

First off:  If a party is in your plans for Friday or  Saturday night, you might want to bookmark this link: EtOH calculator.


.Next, innovative ways to kill a pumpkin:


This group of good-looking skeletons inhabit the exhibit on Extreme Art (x-rays) by British photographer Nick Veasey (found on Newsday (Oct 6 2009).


How Hallowenish:  A Dying Doll. No thanks.


Finally… A rap by University of Connecticut medical students, filmed for their UCHC Gong Show 2009.  Who knew there was so much talent in this building!

Note the shots of the library in the background!


That’s the Happy Halloween Friday Post, folks.  Have a scary and safe weekend!


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