Wednesday, February 13, 2008

The Grass is Greener at USC

It is clearly evident that the grass on campus is now both literally and figuratively greener. Normally, I am rather suspicious of change, but, with green being my favorite color and with the environmental benefits of not having to irrigate artificial grass, this seems like a good one.

1 comment:

Lars Perner, Ph.D. said...

Unfortunately, it turns out that the replacement was actually "traditional" (i.e., biological) grass. The extreme greenness resulted from some additive that had been sprayed on the grass so that it could survive the transplantation process.