Need a new bioethics prof, Stanford?
Will perceive the Forms for food! https://scholar.social/media/MOEP2vZ_bqrvZLgxkpM
Accidental selfie with bf turned out surprisingly badass https://scholar.social/media/016F4sY9DRKhKjLJj9s
@bgcarlisle AntiFapp…wait no that sounds bad…wait never mind I’m being told that doesn’t matter these days.
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I'm the lone undercover grad student from the humanities in an undergrad astronomy class for science majors. How do i pretend to be them? How do i avoid outing myself? How do i ask them for help in a class that's definitely too hard for my atrophied brain? How do i secure a homework partner when they already all know each other?
Drug development at the Portfolio Level http://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2652428 #bioethics
No biggie, just a paper in JAMA
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