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  • Meta StuffPhoto of Skepchick Sundaylies! The Youth (Non)Vote, Inventer of Endocrinology, Learning about Students, and Reckless Cancer Assumptions

    Skepchick Sundaylies! The Youth (Non)Vote, Inventer of Endocrinology, Learning about Students, and Reckless Cancer Assumptions

    Sunday Funny: Typographic Chemistry (via xkcd) Teen Skepchick The Not So Beautiful Game Step 6: In Which an Opportunity for Research and Plot Development is Lost Elizabet may not have posted about this book in a while, but that doesn’t mean that things got interesting. Millennials Don’t Vote, And For Good Reason Young people didn’t vote in the midterm elections,…

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  • FeminismPhoto of Ask Surly Amy: How To Fix a Sexist Boyfriend

    Ask Surly Amy: How To Fix a Sexist Boyfriend

    We get email: Hello, I was wondering if you could help me out with an issue I’m having with my partner. I’m starting to notice more and more how sexist and misogynistic he is, presumably as he becomes more comfortable I’m seeing the real him. I think its mainly a case of education and up bringing as he went to…

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  • Afternoon InquisitionPhoto of AI: Advice for University-Bound (Or Not) Students

    AI: Advice for University-Bound (Or Not) Students

    There are more students than ever going to pursuing higher education, and thanks to the recent Skepchick Census I know that most of you readers have participated in some sort of post-secondary education. Sometimes high schoolers come to me and ask for college advice, but my opinions are only related to my personal experience. Some people majored in something they…

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  • Afternoon InquisitionPhoto of AI: Advice for new graduates

    AI: Advice for new graduates

    I’m spending today sitting at a table smiling and chatting with high school students attending a college open house. They are trying to decide if they want to go to college, and if so, if they should attend my school. They look both terrified and excited. “Yay College! I’m getting out of the house and away from my parents!” “Yay…

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  • A Letter from Milwaukee

    I was in Milwaukee for the Ecological Society of America National Meeting, seeing a lot of really fascinating research papers.  Since I was there, I thought “Why not a Skepchick meet up?” First, some advice to travelers. You might think that because your hotel room is on the 16th floor, you don’t need to draw your curtains. Especially if it’s…

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