Andrew Meyerson

Former Peace Corps Volunteer in Morocco, grant writer at J Street, and current student at Columbia University's PostBac Premed program in NYC. I love progressive politics, great photography, innovative design, NPR, Radiolab, The Moth, and 10-mile hikes with a selection from Audible. Orioles and Ravens.
Posts tagged "Columbia University"

The tapetum lucidum, latin for “carpet of light,” is this colorful tissue from the back of a cow’s eye that resembles an image from the Hubble space telescope. It allows animals to have better vision at night by reflecting more light towards the photoreceptors. Beautiful, right? (at Schermerhorn Hall - Columbia University)

Today’s Gaza protest at Columbia between the Pro-Israel and Pro-Palestine campus groups (at College Walk - Columbia University)

Today’s Gaza protest at Columbia between the Pro-Israel and Pro-Palestine campus groups (at College Walk - Columbia University)

Today’s Gaza protest at Columbia between the Pro-Israel and Pro-Palestine campus groups (at College Walk - Columbia University)

Today’s Gaza protest at Columbia between the Pro-Israel and Pro-Palestine campus groups (at College Walk - Columbia University)

Staircase that looks like a bed (at Health Services)

Fruit fly through a microscope (at Columbia University)

Really proud to join @Columbia postbac folks for #SandyRelief efforts today (at Riverside Church)

Bucket brigade for @RiversideNYC #uws food/clothing drive for Staten Island #Sandy victims (at Riverside Church)

Brick walkway @columbia (at Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library)

Library stacks (at Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library)

Got caught in a nice rain while moving to a new library (Taken with Instagram)

Perspective shot in a bathroom. (Taken with Instagram at International Affairs Building - Columbia University)

Cow eyeball lens from #biolab (Taken with Instagram)

Low Library Steps @Columbia @ColumbiaSpec (Taken with Instagram at Low Steps - Columbia University)