Imagine you’re nineteen years old again. It’s a crisp fall afternoon, and you’re looking out the window of a cramped college fleet van. You’re watching the mini malls of Wisconsin’s Fox Valley evaporate into farm fields. It’s the first field trip of the year in your new introductory geology class—the ambitiously named History of Earth and Life—at Lawrence University in Appleton.
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