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This graduate printed her PhD thesis on her scarf and it's the best thing I've seen

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Grace Lindsay, a doctorate graduate at Columbia University printed her PhD thesis on a scarf. 

Lindsay celebrated her doctorate in Neurobiology by printing part of her thesis on a scarf that she can now proudly wear around her neck.

She got the idea back in August 2016 from a tweeter who posted a photo of their friend with a printed scarf.

She posted a picture of herself online, the tweet has been shared over 100,000 times:

According to her website, Linsey grew up in Chicago and uses her spare time writing, podcasting and doing yoga. 

The company Litographs who made the scarf also print books, manuscripts and weddings vows onto t-shirts, posters and tote bags. They can print up to 30,000 words onto each scarf but there is no word limit. The website states 'if your text is too short, we will repeat it until it fills the entire scarf.'

They will print as much as possible if the uploaded text is too long. 

Academics were impressed by the company while others shared their own printing experiences:




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