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The Racialized Politics of Drugs: Analyzing Racial Resentment and Cannabis Policy, Milo Richardson, UG '25 (FF7686F0)

Amidst a national shift toward the acceptance of marijuana legalization, a divide emerges between the robust support for recreational marijuana legalization and the hesitant implementation of…

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Far-Right Actor Collaboration: Understanding an Emerging Threat, Caroline Schuckel, UG '25 (9CF5D14F)

This project utilizes quantitative methods to code for instances of far-right group collaboration. This phenomenon began in 2022 and has potentially negative consequences for domestic secutiry if…

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Princeton in a Pin[ch]: How Worn Labels Promote Inclusion and Exemplify Exclusion at Elite Institutions, Alyssa Lloyd, UG '26 (B9A1DFFF)

Inspired by her run-in with a peculiar button while working reunions this past summer, Alyssa Lloyd, a member of the Class of 2026, explores illusive memorabilia worn by Princetonians over the years…

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Evolution to Pollution: Genomic Regulatory Signatures of Selection in Pesticide-Exposed Morelet's Crocodiles from Belize, Yeraldi Loera, GS (7EEC903D)

In an increasingly polluted world, anthropogenic contaminants have become a significant threat to wildlife globally. Entering an organism through water, soil, food, and air, these toxic chemicals…

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Intra-host HIV-1 Evolutionary Dynamics in Antiretroviral Therapy-Experienced People: A Systematic Review of Longitudinal Clinical Studies, Sarah Mirae Choi, UG '24 (F4573D0A)

The Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS has aimed for 95% of people living with HIV (PLHIV) to have received their diagnosis, 95% of diagnosed PLHIV to have accessed treatment, and 95% of these…

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The Matthew Effect: How the Election Process Discourages Working-Class Representation, Colton Simmons, UG '24 (ED8F2324)

Working-class Americans are vastly underrepresented in legislative institutions. Indeed, elected officials in the United States are wealthier, more educated, and overwhelmingly come from more…

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C-PREE Bradford Seminar: ‘The Inflation Reduction Act: Triumphs, Challenges, and the Pursuit of True Environmental Justice’

Dana Johnson serves as senior director of strategy and federal policy at WE ACT for Environmental Justice and leads an advocacy, regulatory and policy-setting team. She conceptualized and co-hosted…

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Who Gardens and How in Urban USA

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Designing Representative Collaborative Policy Making

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11.02.2023 PIIRS Directors Seminar | Public Health and Wellbeing: Learning from the Past Preparing for the Future

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CITP Seminar: Surya Mattu - Breaking The Black Box: How CITP’s Digital Witness Lab Uses Data-Driven Investigations to Expose Surveillance and Misinformation

The CITP Digital Witness Lab is a research initiative that collects data to expose surveillance, misinformation, and other harms on digital platforms. We build independent, public, and open-source…

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Mellon Forum- 'Faith Shines Equal'

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Tiger Night 2023

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