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Amy Read
Biology, French, and International Development at Brigham Young University she/her
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Blair Braverman Jul 13
Y’all, having sled dogs has been so good for my body image. And not because mushing is a joy-filled, physical outdoor activity, although that’s true. It’s actually something much simpler than that.
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Amy Read Jul 11
Replying to @ashley_gibby
I've had professors put books on course reserve at the library for us. I'm not sure what the restrictions are for that but it couldn't hurt to ask? Most were made available online through the library website.
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Amy Nusbaum Jul 10
I'm fruit-for-dessert years old.
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Amy Read Jul 9
This is the ONLY acceptable advice for "how to dress professionally as a woman" 😂
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Amy Read Jul 2
One upside of major jetlag is that this is one of the only times in my life when I will wake up at 5 am and be alert and ready to go! Is this what it feels like to be a morning person?
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Amy Read Jun 7
Exciting new research on immigration and education. I have the pleasure to claim two of the authors as my mentors! Full article:
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Kate Marvel Jun 3
HUMANS PROBABLY WON'T GO EXTINCT BECAUSE OF CLIMATE CHANGE BUT WE SHOULD SHOOT FOR SOMETHING BETTER THAN "NOT EXTINCT" COME ON PEOPLE RAISE YOUR STANDARDS
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Harlo 🏳️‍🌈 May 31
I just fell down a “women in suits/tuxedos” rabbit hole. Here’s what I found. I feel like this will be an ongoing thread because 😍🤤🤤 First up: Zendaya Have mercy.
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Robert Rohde May 22
Animated diagram of the Earth's Carbon Cycle and how it has changed over time. Carbon, in various forms including CO2 and organic materials, is continually exchanged between the atmosphere, oceans, and biosphere. However, human activities have perturbed the carbon cycle.
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Natural History Museum May 22
Today is ! Or to give it it's full title: International Day for Biological Diversity But what is biodiversity? And why do we care about it? A THREAD >
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Amy Read May 17
Replying to @amyrebeccar
Pro tip: wrap the sandwich in tinfoil for ~5 min before eating and it will be just as soft and steamy I promise ✌
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Amy Read May 17
In case you forgot why we boycott 👇 Also here is a copycat recipe for the whole sandwich too! If you love CFA SO MUCH that you think it's worth supporting a wildly homophobic company then you can take time out of your day to cook your own damn chicken
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Sasha Grey May 16
Tomorrow is a historic day, The House of Representatives will vote on the equality act which will protect LGBTQ persons from discrimination. I urge you to call your local reps and demand that they vote YES! If you don’t know who your rep is, visit here:
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Third Wave Fund May 16
Abortion should be safe, legal, & accessible to ALL people. We're enraged by the recent bills being passed. We're in in the process of making rapid-response grants to orgs on the frontlines of resistance. In the meantime, here are some orgs you can support right now: [THREAD]
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Amy Read May 10
Replying to @amyrebeccar
I will watch the show too eventually, but I found out my husband started watching without me several weeks ago and is in S4 and for now I am stubbornly refusing to give him the satisfaction of seeing my reactions while watching for the 1st time
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Amy Read May 10
I know I'm late to the game but I just finished reading GOT book 1 and this story is wild
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Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg May 10
A proposition: Those of us who believe in safe, legal reproductive freedom need to take the label "pro-life" back from those who wish us jailed, dead, or forced to breed. WE ARE PRO-LIFE. Let me make my case: THREAD 1/x
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Jessica Valenti May 9
It's fascinating to see people argue that women won't really be punished if abortion is illegal. Here are some things that have *already* happened to women despite Roe:
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Amy Read May 9
Replying to @ByCommonConsent
My breakfast was alright though
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Amy Read May 8
Replying to @ashley_gibby
Yay! Congrats!!
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