STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES : TRII aims to provide undergraduates with the accreditation necessary to represent refugees in Boston courts.
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GETTING TO THE TOP: Students took turns scaling the rock wall, encouraging their friends to compete against each other.
HISTORY MATTERS: As deer populations have risen at an alarming rate in the Northeast, so have the cases of Lyme Disease.
MONEY PROBLEMS: “I adore superhighways, but money is the route of all evil in America,” said Alicia Ostriker ’59 during her poetry reading.
FIRST RESPONSE: Allison Lewis ’19 has learned to adapt to stressful situations by acting in the moment and reflecting on her actions later.
CHILD HUNGER: According to the film “Wasted! The Story of Food Waste,” 40 percent of the food being produced in the U.S. is wasted.
GOING THE DISTANCE: Prof. Ramie Targoff (ENG) traveled to the American Academy in Rome to study the life of Vittora Colonna.
RISING TENSIONS: As Jairo tries to peacefully negotiate with Cerrejón, he receives a call threatening him and his tribe if they do not leave their homes.
REACHING THE LIMITS: Dr. David Mandell explained that legislation to mandate autism treatment may not go far enough.
THE ENERGY CRISIS: The Hult prize competition is premised off the notion that the world faces a global energy crisis.
PILL POPPING: Dr. Andrew Kolodny believes this “epidemic is fueled by the over-prescribing of drugs, not bad behavior.”