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    [–] El reclamo de los alumnos de Arquitectura de la U. de Chile que desató un intenso debate por la carga académica pickausernameforme 3 points ago in chile

    Estudié diseño un año y me enfermé brígido, no tenía tiempo para dormir, para cocinarme bien, terminaba comiendo puras weas y durmiendo poco, fue un año malísimo. Ahora estudio una carrera humanista y entre salir a croquear hasta tarde para llegar a la casa a hacer un trabajo y estar acostada leyendo libros, no hay por donde perderse.

    No digo que estudiar algo humanista no sea estresante de vez en cuando (en especial de vuelta de un paro) pero por lo menos puedo hacer muchas cosas si organizo bien mis tiempos.

    [–] M/41/6'1"[542>467=75] week 36 Choose life! pickausernameforme 2 points ago in progresspics

    Every now and then I think about you, it’s nice to see you progress. Keep it up!

    [–] ¿Qué pasaría si...? pickausernameforme 4 points ago in chile

    También en Twitter pero con Australia, y en inglés

    [–] No flip-flops? No problem! pickausernameforme 1 points ago in DiWHY

    I wish I could unsee this whole video.

    [–] Sad reality pickausernameforme 6 points ago in pcmasterrace

    There are social and environmental factors that contribute to this. Women are expected to pursue studies that lean more on taking care of people such as teaching and nursing, among others. Though this is slowly changing, there is a gender bias when it comes to the STEM field, it is very subtle (how many times were girls at your school encouraged to do better in math, physics, etc? How many times did you see girls speaking up and solving mathematical problems in front of the class? When compared to boys, the porcentage tends to be lower). This bias tends to show after high school, when boys and girls choose in which field they're gonna major in, where we can see a decline in the number of computer-related degrees for women in college, and once women get into the STEM field, a porcentage often leaves after they realize that the field is dominated by an homogeneous group.

    Here is an article about the gender bias, and here is one about women in the STEM field.

    Sorry for the long message, I actually wrote a short paper on the breach of women in the STEM field in Chile for one of my classes, although it's in Spanish, my mother tonge (so I apologize for any mistakes, English is not my first language).

    [–] Sad reality pickausernameforme 13 points ago in pcmasterrace

    Statistically, women aren't encouraged to learn about tech as men are.

    [–] En Antofagasta sabe horrible pero al menos segura, y en otras regiones? pickausernameforme 3 points ago in chile

    Soy de Iquique y estudio en Viña y me pasa lo mismo. En Iquique es asquerosa así que en mi familia compramos el agua y en Viña tomo de la llave.

    [–] y secuestros? pickausernameforme 2 points ago in chile

    Uh, yikes, hay tanto weon así por desgracia. Gracias

    [–] When i open up /r/pcmasterrace every day pickausernameforme 6 points ago in pcmasterrace

    Same here. Been saving for years and I’m about to build my first pc with an i5 and a 1060 lol

    [–] Welcome! Cultural Exchange with /r/AskEurope pickausernameforme 2 points ago in asklatinamerica

    I remember Catalina Ponor from the London Olympics and that’s probably the only thing I know about Romania.

    [–] Number of players in the major from each country pickausernameforme 1 points ago in GlobalOffensive

    The casters explained it in one of the matches recently, he was born in a city in Finland that’s close to Russia so it’s common for people there to speak the language. Also in his twitter bio it says that he’s Finnish-Russian

    [–] Thoughts on my legend stage pick'ems? pickausernameforme 6 points ago in GlobalOffensive

    Putting a wildcard as your 3-0 so that you have more chances of getting 5 picks right