A college professor in Iowa went viral online after she offered Thanksgiving meals to any kids who can’t go home for the holidays because of the coronavirus pandemic.”My email offer to make a few extra Thanksgiving meals would probably have been greeted by an – ‘oh that’s nice’ fleeting thought last year,” Liz Pearce, a communications professor at the University of Iowa, told Fox News. “This year, I think as we’ve socially distanced, we’ve psychologically distanced and that’s why my email went viral. Instead of a simple gesture of a meal, it was seen as a moment of connection in our current disconnected world.” Liz Pearce, a communications professor at the University of Iowa, went viral online after she offered Thanksgiving meals to any kids who can’t go home for the holidays because of the coronavirus pandemic. (Liz Pearce) One of her students, Leah Blask, posted a screenshot of the email on Twitter.”My professor is absolutely too pure for this world,” she captioned the post.The tweet had more than 900,000 likes and 78,000 retweets on Monday evening.AMERICA TOGETHER: UPLIFTING IMAGES FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRYPearce said she is making turkey, stuffing, peas, apple pie and vegan options. “My kids are very happy to help me do


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