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In the Synagogue and Online, American Congregations Respond to COVID-19, Julie Hannah Levey, UG '24 (D94B6FBD)

Since the founding of the first Jewish congregation in North America in 1654, American synagogues have evolved substantially, often in parallel with changes occurring across the country. When the…

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SlaveVoyages: Graphing the Frequency of Voyages from Origin Ports of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Over Time, Moses Abrahamson, UG '25 (2770718)

My project plots slave voyage data from the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. Specifically, it compares the top five origin ports of the trade in terms of frequency of voyages embarking from these ports…

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Culinary Trends throughout History in NYC, Tenzing Sherpa, UG '26 (4060710)

Explore the fascinating world of historical culinary trends with this engaging video that delves into the New York Public Library's What's on the Menu Database. The video highlights key…

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Uncovering Coverage: March Madness In The Daily Princetonian, Rosie Eden, UG '25 and Isabel Yip, UG '25 (2768621)

This project sought to analyze how the Daily Princetonian has portrayed March Madness in its pages from 1952 to 2011. Coverage of the tournament shows distinct trends in word choice and frequencies…

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Modeling the Carbon Emissions of Financial Institutions, Emily Cruz, UG '22 (3951276)

Global carbon emissions must reach around net-zero by 2050 to mitigate the most significant repercussions of global climate change. This will require a coordinated effort between governments,…

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A close look at language proficiency in post-secondary programs: Research and implications

Abbott et al’s (2013) final report on the Languages for All? initiative describes a vision in which every student in the country would have access to language learning opportunities in the U.S.…

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Acrobatics: Moving Through the Trans Archives

Join us for a live webinar highlighting transgender studies, past and present, in Princeton University Library collections and private archives.RL Goldberg (they/them), English Department and…

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The Future of Collaboration and Inclusive Innovation: Microsoft + Princeton

During Engage 2020, Princeton's first innovation and entrepreneurship conference, Microsoft President Brad Smith '81 framed a session about the collaborative relationship of Princeton and…

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Community Action 2020: Education and Youth Mentorship Partner Interviews

Community Action Fellow Emily Perez '23 brings together leaders with Big Brothers, Big Sisters, HomeFront Tutoring and College Prep, Trenton Arts at Princeton, and In the Circus of Humanity with…

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The Digital Attention Economy: Overcoming Distraction and Thinking for Yourself

The Digital Attention Economy: Overcoming Distraction and Thinking for Yourself Antón Barba-Kay, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Catholic University of America; Mark Bauerlein,…

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Sebastien_Zero Knowledge Final_1

Sebastien Philippe discusses zero knowledge protocol.

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Is Extreme Income Inequality Posing Systemic Risk? Mathematical Foundations of a Stable Capitalist Society

Mathematical foundations of a stable and fair capitalist society

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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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JRCPPF Fourth Annual Conference - "Trends in Income Inequality"

Fatih Guvenen presents on "Trends in Income Inequality" and also discusses Gabriel Zucman's and Benjamin Moll's presentations on wealth inequality on Thursday, February 19, 2015

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