Sep
      03

      Update on Breeding!

      We have been breeding birds since the Spring to increase our experiment sample size. Originally, we had pairs in separate cages and monitored their nests twice every week. However, we didn’t have much success with breeding this way. We had gotten some nestlings (chicks in the nest) and fledglings (chicks after they fledge, or leave,…
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      Sep
      03

      Starting School

      After taking a bit of time away from my thesis, after starting the first week of classes I am feeling ready to get back into it.

      Sep
      02

      August Report – In Defense of Property Dualism

      After talking with my advisor, we found some really interesting points that can either support or diminish my argument.

      Sep
      01

      August Update!

      Hope everyone is having a wonderful first week of classes! The recruitment has begun once more, and hopefully I will get participants this round (fingers crossed). Past few days, I have been running around posting flyers, and contacting professors and cultural organizations. I will be contacting freshman RAs and flyer some more around the campus…
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      Aug
      31

      The Male Gaze?

      I first learned about the male gaze in the spring of my freshman year. I was taking an intro American Studies course that explored American modernist film. As you all probably know, the male gaze refers to the way that art, set firmly in a male-dominated perspective, frames women as objects to be devoured for…
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