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Panel Q and A, May 20, 2024, "Climate Mobilties - Justice, Data and Governance"

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Red Power Takeover: Native American Activists, Colonial Landscapes, and the Design of Sovereignty, Angelika E. Joseph, GS (984FB293)

This dissertation argues that the Red Power Movement (1969–1973) was an architectural project for Indigenous sovereignty. Every protest involved the takeover of colonial architecture:…

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Towards Spatially-Modulated Collective Cell Migration, Yubin Lin, GS (374003CF)

From wound healing to cancer metastasis, collective cell migration is a key step to these biological processes. However, many of these migrations are localized and does not impact the whole system.…

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Disruption and Detours: Conceptualizing the Future of an Ever-Changing Campus, Delaney McCarty, UG '26 (9BA40435)

My research for WRI 220 aims to relate Princeton’s construction to existing scholarship on campus planning. I use a framework suggested by Hajrasouliha, a scholar in the field of urban…

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EEB 522 Seminar Series - Derek Cummings

EEB 522 Seminar Series Colloquium on the Biology of Populations Presented by Derek Cummings "Evolutionary changes to dengue virus over decadal time scales"

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Righting the American Dream with Diane Winston and Rachel Brown-Weinstock

A conversation with Diane Winston, author of Righting the American Dream: How the Media Mainstreamed Reagan's Evangelical Vision, a provocative new history of how the news media facilitated the…

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Doug Massey Retirement: " Keynotes Addresses"

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Creating a Division 1 Pitch Grader Using Machine Learning, Alexander Dreger, UG '25 (2763371)

In baseball, the goal of the pitcher is to prevent runs. To do so, they must make it difficult for the batter to hit the ball. There are a variety of techniques and methods the pitcher can use to…

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From Bach to The Beatles: Blackbird’s Transformation, Joyce Wei-Jo Chen, GS (2924225)

Released in 1968, “Blackbird” by the Beatles was composed as a response to rising racial tensions in the United States—Blackbird should serve as “a metaphor for the black…

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Princeton University Orchestra: Concerto Competition Winners A concert for Daniel Ulmer ’03

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50 Years of the Third World Center: A Reflection

Alumni Day 2023

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Matthew Continetti on The State of Conservatism 2022

On October 26, 2022, the James Madison Program hosted a lecture by Matthew Continetti on The State of Conservatism 2022, based on his recent book, "The Right: The Hundred-Year War for…

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The New Heaven and New Earth Conference Keynote: Reverend Barber

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9.6.22 Has Political Islam in Turkey been Terminated by the AKP?

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MRC Alex Boodrookas 9.21.22

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ReMatch Intern - Yuri Yu

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