Joint Medlife and APO Panel Facilitates Discussion of Opioid Overdose

“[What] mattered to all of us was bringing more awareness to students about what is happening right here in Ithaca,” Winnie Ho ’19, a member of APO, explained as she introduced the panelists with Delmar Fears ’19, Engaged Ambassador, and Matthew Guo ’20, president of Medife. “We are aware of what’s going on in our own lives but we fail to see what is happening around us.”

A female (left) and male (right) zebra finch. When young males are
learning to sing, adjusting their vocalizations in response to the behaviors of females
allows them to develop a better song.

Sounds of Spring: The Science Behind Birdsong

“By putting development into social context, we’re gaining a better understanding of the biological and social mechanisms that drive developmental change in communication systems, and because we’re doing it in multiple species, that gives us insight into how development itself has evolved — both the evolution of communication as well as the development of communication,” Goldstein said.