fishingforsomeimagination:

The Walrus by Monster Riot
Morse stands strong in winter

Morse stands strong in winter

Walruses outside of Morse get in on the Harlem Shake action!

By now, you’ve probably heard of Mitik, the orphaned walrus pup who now lives at the New York Aquarium. Turns out, he LOVES TO SNUGGLE. How much would it cost to build a walrus pup aquarium in our courtyard?

By now, you’ve probably heard of Mitik, the orphaned walrus pup who now lives at the New York Aquarium. Turns out, he LOVES TO SNUGGLE. How much would it cost to build a walrus pup aquarium in our courtyard?

Morse’s kick-axe IM Golf team! Michael Liang ‘16, Andrew Kim ‘15, David Carty ‘14, Jade Nicholson ‘14, Jessica Zhang ‘13, Luke Zolnierowski ‘14, and Nick Demas ‘13 all came out on beautifully sunny Monday to field an unprecedented TWO teams for Morse! MORSE ALWAYS WINS AND SHOOTS UNDER PAR!

Morse’s kick-axe IM Golf team! Michael Liang ‘16, Andrew Kim ‘15, David Carty ‘14, Jade Nicholson ‘14, Jessica Zhang ‘13, Luke Zolnierowski ‘14, and Nick Demas ‘13 all came out on beautifully sunny Monday to field an unprecedented TWO teams for Morse! MORSE ALWAYS WINS AND SHOOTS UNDER PAR!

thedailywhat:

Morning Fluff: E.T. the walrus was a starving orphan pup when he was discovered by Prudhoe Bay oil workers in 1982. Tacoma’s Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium decided to adopt him, naming him E.T. because of a certain resemblance to the early ’80s movie star.

E.T., who now weighs about 3,500 pounds, just celebrated his 30th birthday.

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(Source: thedailywhat)

WELCOME CLASS OF 2016!

Dear Freshmorsels,

Welcome to the best college at Yale University.  We always win.  

This is the Morse Telegraph, our news outlet/procrastination aid that is entirely student run.  

morselove,

the telegraph team

todaysdocument:

On June 20, 1840, Samuel Morse received the patent for the telegraph.

U.S. Patent Office Certificate Issued to Samuel F. B. Morse for an Electromagnetic Telegraph                                  

todaysdocument:

On June 20, 1840, Samuel Morse received the patent for the telegraph.

U.S. Patent Office Certificate Issued to Samuel F. B. Morse for an Electromagnetic Telegraph