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Measuring Natural Selection in the Wild, Max Gotts, UG '24 (9D2FCEE5)

Fitness landcapes are incredibly powerful tools for visualizing the action of natural selection on rapid timescales. However, collecting the relevant empirical data to generate them is costly and…

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A Capacity to Contribute: Improved or Impaired by Selective University Attendance?, Jenna Elliott, UG '25 (6E20F01D)

If highly selective universities are truly seeking to educate students with the desire and potential to ‘change the world,’ it seems worth investigating how well their students measure…

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Finding Meaning in Memes, Rachel Myers, UG '22, (3963987)

Internet memes are a rapidly evolving form of communication that typically combines language with other modes of communication to create comparisons. These comparisons may become more appealing…

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Trust In Reconciliation: How Political Violence Affects Institutional Trust, Rooya Rahin, UG '23 (3963731)

Nearly three decades after the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), it is still considered by most scholars to be the most successful case of a truth commission, as well as the…

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A new quantum spin liquid candidate for storage applications

At very low temperatures near the absolute zero, most of the matters will be freeze, hence the electrons become highly ordered. Quantum spin liquid is a novel phenomenon in which the electrons are…

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Taking the Measure of Where We Are Today - Making Men Moral: Public Morality, Liberty, and Law

Taking the Measure of Where We Are Today - Making Men Moral: Public Morality, Liberty, and Law Panelists: Melissa Moschella, Assistant Professor of Medical Ethics, Department of Medicine, Columbia…

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Taking the Measure of Where We Are Today - Keynote Address by Robert P. George

Taking the Measure of Where We Are Today Robert P. George, McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence and Director, James Madison Program, Princeton University in conversation with Meir Y.…

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Taking the Measure of Where We Are Today - Bioethics and Human Dignity

Taking the Measure of Where We Are Today - Bioethics and Human Dignity Panelists: Yuval Levin, Editor, National Affairs; Hertog Fellow, Ethics and Public Policy Center Diana Schaub, Professor of…

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Taking the Measure of Where We Are Today - Is American Conservatism Too Liberal?

Taking the Measure of Where We Are Today - Is American Conservatism Too Liberal? Panelists: Mona Charen, Columnist; Senior Fellow, Ethics and Public Policy Center Samuel Gregg, Director of…

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"Party Polarization, Economic Inequality, and the 2016 Election" Fall Football Lecture

Nolan McCarty, Susan Dod Brown Professor of Politics and Public Affairs and Chair, Department of Politics describes how income inequality and political polarization have both increased dramatically…

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Credit and Saving in the Long Run and Over the Business Cycle

JRC Third Annual Conference: "Consumption and Finance" | Chair: Angus S. Deaton, Princeton University

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Deep Recessions, Fast Recoveries and Financial Crises: Evidence from the American Record

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