The University of Connecticut campus may be quieter than usual this semester, but the BRC is still humming with activity. We’re delighted that two undergraduates have joined us this semester. Greyson Nackid is completing an Independent Study in the Vertebrate Division with Dr. Erin Kuprewicz, characterizing the bite forces of Sus scrofa (wild pig) of different sizes and geographic ranges using complete skull specimens. Jordan Jones is working in the Herbarium with Dr. Sarah Taylor for a second year, producing new specimens, creating high-resolution images, and adding new records to our vascular plant and bryophyte databases. Thank you, Greyson and Jordan, for sharing your talents and enthusiasm with us!