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  1. Follow up, then: Would they (typically)? And how does that work? Just wondering now.
  2. Thank you for the input, that makes sense! I guess I'm wondering about my case specifically: I have mostly private accounts, I post very little, and anything I do post is inoffensive (mostly just photos with friends/family). I have a few posts/highlights on a private instagram account that express strong support of BLM, and one post on a public account expressing strong support of BLM, but that's about it. I've seen lots of discussions about BLM within my department already and everyone is in support so it doesn't seem like an issue, especially since they generally agree with my views. Wh
  3. I'm planning on applying for grad school this year, pursuing a PhD in physics or astronomy. Do they ever look at your social media (facebook, twitter, instagram) when you apply? This is probably a silly thing to worry about, but I'm wondering because I've become more outspoken on social media in the past year. I have been engaging in discussions (some might call them arguments 😅) with people in comment sections... Mostly expressing my opinions on US 'politics', social issues, religion, etc (if it matters, I am leftist and agnostic). I'm never disrespectful of others' views, it's just that I am
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