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4.25.22 NES Seminar Series "Were Romani Astrologers the Missing Links"

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4.28 Manner (Adab) of Meeting New People

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1.38 Khutbah - Competing for Good Works

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1.34 Spiritual Olympics

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1.13 Khutbah Salam

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4.25.22 NES Seminar

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IA Symposium Workshop: “Reclaiming Your Community” with Majora Carter

Lin-Manuel Miranda said it best…“My musical, In the Heights, explores issues of community, gentrification, identity, and home, and the question: Are happy endings only ones that…

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Assyrians in Modern Iraq by Dr. Alda Benjamen

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HMEI: High Water Line: New Jersey -Solutions

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Braided Systems of Care: An Anthropological Exploration of the Interface of Western Biomedicine and Traditional Healing Practices, Sydnae Taylor, UG '23 (3968056)

What is health? This ostensibly simple question often provokes pause in most people who attempt an answer. Although there are definitions to this question, in reality people gauge their health…

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Respiratory Illness at the Salton Sea: Analyzing Emergency Room Data, Yvette Olivas Biddle, UG '25, (3964029)

The region surrounding California’s Salton Sea has some of the highest rates of asthma in the state. This has been associated with high levels of airborne particulate matter in the region, due…

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Ocean energy capture through ferrofluid sloshing, Seth Freeman and Polina Zhilkina, UG '22, (3965210)

Ocean surface waves carry vast amounts of energy that could be harnessed as a renewable source of electricity generation. However, current ocean energy capture devices fail to be economically viable…

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Climate Change in Savannas: Exploring the Link Between Biodiversity Loss and Carbon Cycling, Harrison Watson, G3 (3951832)

To adapt to and mitigate the impact of rapidly increasing concentrations of atmospheric CO2 across the globe, it is critical that we improve our understanding of the land carbon cycle – how…

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American Acequias: New Mexicans and National Belonging, Jacquelyn M. Davila, UG '22 (3945831)

Acequias are gravity-fed irrigation ditches managed by communities of farmers called parciantes. At the turn of the seventeenth century, colonial Spanish settlers introduced acequias into the arid…

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Titration: Radioactive Waste, Princeton, & the Navajo Nation, Travis Chai Andrade UG '23 and Brooke Kennedy UG '24 (3958635)

Nuclear Princeton, in collaboration with Twiddle Productions, created a short animated film called Titration: Radioactive Waste, Princeton, and the Navajo Nation examining how Princeton directly and…

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Developing a Theoretical Model to Advertise Cultured Meat to the Orthodox Jewish Community: An Analysis of Manischewitz Matzah and Plant-Based Meat Advertising as Case Studies, Alexandra Orbuch, UG '25 (3961415)

Although machine-made Matzah, the unleavened bread ritually eaten on the Passover holiday, was first met with pushback from the Orthodox Jewish community as an alternative to traditional handmade…

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