Meeting for the third time in Fall 2020, R.E.A.D. participants explored the germinal work of Donna Haraway, Simians, Cyborgs, and Women: The Reinvention of Nature. Although published in 1991, as our interdisciplinary discussions illuminated, the book raises to the fore contemporary dilemmas and considerations encountered in efforts to balance "facts" with an appreciation for diverse views and standpoints--think cultural wars and accusations fake news, which has called into question various scientific "facts". Although she does not resolve the conundrum of culture ways, Haraway foreshadows the importance of diversity and inclusion in academia, noting that by bringing in more voices we might achieve the goal of "better accounts of the world" (p.196). Likewise, she recognizes early on how technology will (and has) shape(d) our world, our knowledge, our interactions, and ourselves, and how we often unreflexively participate in supporting the advancement of this technologically-dominated world. The lively conversations held (virtually) between Bentley faculty and students, including those from English & Media studies, Global Studies, Marketing, IDCC and Actuarial Science, allowed us to learn from each other and our various disciplinary angles of these realities we currently face. R.E.A.D. is an invaluable opportunity for us to all expand our understanding of theory, (inter)disciplinary perspectives, and our world today.