November 13, 2019
In 2015, the World Science Fiction Society faced a problem with the voting method for the Hugo Awards, a set of literary awards it presents annually for the best science fiction or fantasy works of the previous year. A subgroup of alt-right sci-fi... Read More
October 17, 2019
Emilie Josephs studies how the brain processes small-scale, reachable spaces in which we perform most of our everyday tasks.Read More
September 20, 2019
Alexander L. Fattal, PhD ’14, examines the role of media in the decades-long military conflict between the Colombian state and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).Read More
September 4, 2019
Anthony Abraham Jack's book, The Privileged Poor: How Elite Colleges Are Failing Disadvantaged Students has galvanized national conversations about inclusion in American higher education.Read More
May 9, 2019
PhD student Hannah Cory says that nutrition education alone can't make teens healthy.Read More
April 29, 2019
PhD candidate Scott Richardson wants to use food literacy to create a healthier, more equal world.Read More
April 25, 2019
When you think “vegan” you probably think of activists railing against wearing leather and chowing down on raw tofu — not entrepreneurs offering up the latest foodie trends. Nina Gheihman, a PhD... Read More
April 9, 2019
“These are lucky bus tickets,” McKenzy “Kenzy” Seifert says, flipping over her phone to show me an array of small laminated tickets printed in Cyrillic and lodged under her phone case.Read More
March 18, 2019
Mateo Jarquín adds a new perspective to scholarship on the Sandinista Revolution.Read More
January 31, 2019
Everyone hates potholes – except PhD candidate Elijah de la Campa. Elijah uses potholes to understand why some citizens interact with local government, and others don’t.Read More

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