Their Ongoing Scandal in Michigan & Our Carbon Footprint in SoCal
Big Ten Universities have a proven method for dealing with their scandals: Fire a few upper administrators, declare the the need for a "change in the culture" and hope thing blow over. They usually do, at least to a large degree. In the Michigan State case, however, we observe recent reminders that the culture, in fact, is not changing sufficiently. The Board of Regents correctly terminated Interim President John Engler for his rude comments about the victims of their former doctor Larry Nassar's sexual abuses. We are not optimistic things will be improving any significant way at MSU until they make public the concrete plan for a "change in culture".
As Rams prepare for Saints in NFL Conference championship game, torrential rains continue in Southern California keeping all miles on two wheels on stationary bikes. (Where would my training and miles be in 2019 without spinning?) Rain miles are indoor miles. Here are my stats for 2019 including Jan 17:
2019 Log, :
Cycling: 643 total miles
Public Transportation and cycling: 983 total miles
Car: 373 total miles