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Bill Nye Is Begging You to Not Use Oil on Your Scalp

I've had the pleasure of interviewing a lot of celebrities over the years, and many of them, most people would say, are natural fits to be featured in a beauty magazine. But every now and then, the opportunity to interview someone I never could have predicted will present itself. Most recently it was Bill Nye. Anyone familiar with the Science Guy knows he can wax educational about all sorts of scientific topics, so I don't know why it didn't occur to me that he might know a thing or two about dandruff.
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Bill Nye The ? Guy

If there’s one phrase that makes me think of college, it’s definitely “find yourself.” I know this sounds strange, but I’m here to show the world the definitely real truth about Bill Nye’s college experience. Surprisingly, Bill Nye entered Cornell having not yet “found himself.” Believe it or not, Bill entered Cornell in the Dyson school as a business major, and after working for hours in Mann library, became known as Bill Nye the BusinessMann. After being rejected from every business club on campus — despite his ability to make beautiful powerpoints that he considered to be a form of artwork and mode of personal expression — Nye decided to dabble in the humanities.
ITHACA, NY
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Bill Nye Visits UW-Madison: Let’s Talk Climate Change

The gates of UW-Madison’s Kohl Center were overwhelmed April 25, as students from every major and class lined up to see someone who, for many, was a childhood idol – Bill Nye. Most commonly known for his show “Bill Nye the Science Guy,” which aired throughout the 1990s,...
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'A chance to change the world': Bill Nye talks advocacy at UW-Madison

Science educator Bill Nye came to the Kohl Center Monday with a rallying cry to students: “Change the world!”. Thousands of students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison welcomed Nye with roaring applause as he walked onstage to the theme song for “Bill Nye the Science Guy,” the educational kids show that gained him fame in the ‘90s.
Cornell University

With ‘Solar Noon’ Clock, Bill Nye ’77 aims to leave a legacy

This story was originally published in Cornellians. When Bill Nye ’77 – the famed science popularizer, climate advocate and TV personality – served as a visiting professor on campus in the early 2000s, he’d often walk by Rhodes Hall and notice that in the center of the building’s parapet was an intriguingly blank concrete circle. “It just didn’t look right – somebody meant to put a clock there,” Nye recalls thinking. “Let’s put a clock there!”
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‘Bill Nye the Science Guy’ addresses a full house at UW-Madison

Those who attended middle school science classes from the 90s onward may fondly remember the days when teachers would forgo class, instead rolling out a television with a familiar, bow-tie wearing, figure on the screen. They could join in with their classmates in chanting along with the show’s theme song — to their teacher’s encouragement or dismay.
MADISON, WI
Daily Iowan

Photos: Bill Nye lecture at Hancher Auditorium

TV Personality Bill Nye spoke at a lecture in Hancher Auditorium on Tuesday. Nye spoke to attendees about climate change and the planet Earth. “Anyone who is in denial of climate change, find out if it’s based on the evidence or based on people they hate like me,” Nye said. Nye explained how to convince climate change deniers into believers. “Be patient. Present the evidence and let it sit.”
IOWA CITY, IA
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Bill Nye encourages climate action at UI’s Hancher Auditorium

Bill Nye, who is known for his hit program Bill Nye the Science Guy, spoke on Tuesday about climate change and sustainability at the University of Iowa’s Hancher Auditorium. Originally scheduled to speak on April 27, 2020, the lecture was postponed twice. Once because of the pandemic, and again in 2021 because of scheduling conflicts.
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What to do in Madison this week: Bill Nye, Slocan Ramblers, and more

Note: Many venues and businesses may continue to maintain individual requirements for masking, as well as proof of COVID-19 vaccination and/or a negative test for entry. Before heading out for any in-person event, confirm it is still taking place and check for any attendance guidelines on the relevant business websites or social media accounts.
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Earth Day 2022 Fact vs. Fiction: Bill Nye Breaks Down Eco-Friendly Myths

Watch: Olivia Wilde's Son Knows How to Recycle at Home. Back in the '90s, Bill Nye introduced the magical world of science to a whole generation of children on his popular show Bill Nye the Science Guy. Dressed in a blue lab coat and bow-tie, the mechanical engineer mixed suspense and humor to educate PBS viewers around the world.