Ohlsson Rice

05 Oct 18
Future of Food

Is technology an idol or a monster? Food innovators don’t see it as a binary choice. Written by Andrea Tolu The first time I heard the term “Green Revolution,” I immediately associated it with a massive introduction of policies for cleaner water, more trees, and organic agriculture. As someone who was raised in the 80s, […]

13 Aug 18
Michigan XC Speed Ratings

A list, sorted by division, of the top ~50 returners (excluding incoming freshmen). Division 1 Aden Smith, Drew Seabase, Josh Smith – Alpena Nick Foster, John Florence, Ethan Mielock – Ann Arbor Pioneer Tristan Williams, Jesse Edelstein – Ann Arbor Skyline George Nummer, Jakob Sayers – Birmingham Seaholm Zacahry Stewart, Jack Spamer – Brighton Alec […]

23 Jul 18
Consent Factory, Inc.

As the northern hemisphere continues to bake in the extreme heat our neoliberal clients had nothing to do with causing, we thought this might be a good moment to take a break from the political satire our in-house satirist has been forcing us to publish, and post an excerpt from his dystopian novel, ZONE 23, […]

18 Jul 18
File 770

By John Hertz:  June’s local club was, and mine is, the Los Angeles Science Fantasy Society. She died on May 31st. She was my longest-time friend in fandom. LASFS (to me and many, pronounced “lahss fahss”; to June’s late husband Len rhyming with sass mass) was founded in 1934.  Our memorial for her was June […]