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Psychology Graduation 2024

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Oppenheimer, Michael, May 20, 2024, "Commentary"

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Fantastic Beasts in Medieval Christianity

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Assessing Immune Response to Parasitic Lungworm in Northern Elephant Seals, Kenya Ripley-Dunlap, UG '24 (EE6A8B72)

Understanding how species once at the threat of extinction are affected in the long term can illuminate current and future conservation concerns. Northern elephant seals (NES) have a unique reaction…

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Thinking About Pain, the Brain, and You, Toru Obunge, UG '24 (F39094D0)

There is growing research into psychological treatments for pain conditions, such as music therapy, cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), and mindfulness-based interventions. However, a unifying…

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Boston University SOM Info Session

Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine Located in the heart of Boston, Boston University School of Medicine's mission centers on compassion, research, and innovation as…

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Sharmin and Bijan Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Iran and Persian Gulf Studies:"The World At Night Photography"

he World at Night Photography: Revealing the wonders of natural nights and the global impact of light pollution Night hides a world but reveals a universe. Through this lens the world’s…

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Ellen Oh

Author of multiple award-winning middle grade and YA novels, Ellen Oh is also a founding member of the non-profit organization We Need Diverse Books.

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COM LIT Lecture: - Enrique Diaz Alvarez- The Politic on Violence, Literature and Mourning

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Sharon and Bijan Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Iran and Persian Gulf Studies: "Iran in 19th-Century French Literature"

Iran held a unique place in the culture of nineteenth-century France, considered at once part of the Orient and yet elevated above all other Oriental nations. Admiration, identification, and even…

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03.18.2024 Mellon Forum | Soil Forensics: Property and the Buried Truth in Medellín

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Princeton Mellon Initiative - " A Living Tradition in a Foreign Land: Integrating Japanese Gardens in the Postwar American Landscape"

While prevailing academic discourse often interprets Japanese gardens primarily through an aesthetic lens, emphasizing their unchanging tradition and perceived cultural authenticity, this…

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Princeton University Orchestra Concerto Concert (03.02.2024)

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Friends of PUL Small Talk: Molly Manning "When Books Went to War"

During World War II, while Nazis were banning books and issuing rampant propaganda, the U.S. countered by sending millions of books to American troops in the field. These pocket-sized paperbacks, as…

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2023-2024 Porter Ogden Jacobus Fellows - Geneva Smith

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2023-2024 Porter Ogden Jacobus Fellows - Ryan Unger

Mathematics

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