We looked inside some of the tweets by @BrownAlumniMag and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Rankings (sorted by number of followers)
You haven’t felt frustration until you’ve tried developing film. Hasiba Zandi ’21 says “It’s very particular, which is something that I both really liked and really hated." After leaving campus, Zandi picked up a similar skill, cyanotyping. Read more: https://t.co/3SMnGJWSmd
If you’ve been around, you’ve seen the abandoned factories around Providence. Just like these factories, the data that illustrates the harm they do to communities has been ignored. Some Brown alumni and professors are working on changing that. Read more: https://t.co/TClRdU5Ejf
As supply-chain issues forced farmers to destroy food, Aidan Reilly ’21 cofounded Farmlink, which hooks up farmers with food banks. https://t.co/35pGXyVjZc
The upcoming film 'The Glorias', co-written by Sarah Ruhl ’97 MFA’01 and Julie Taymor, reflects a "message of Gloria Steinem’s life and activism and spirit." It's now set to be released online September 30th instead of in theaters. Read more: https://t.co/eFRjPxxEkD
"Should I send my kid back to school... should I send them to daycare…is it okay to go running?" These questions many parents have right now were discussed at a panel on "Parenting during a Pandemic" last week, featuring four alumni. Watch more: https://t.co/XYofIbb31O