Daily Archives: March 18, 2013

A connection to a defining moment

An update from Brandon F., a sophomore political science and accounting major who is conducting research on the development and eventual end of Brown v. Board’s doctrine of “All Deliberate Speed…”: Looking back on the week, all I can say is WOW! Spring … Continue reading

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Freedom music

An update from Harvey, a junior majoring in economics and political science: After a full week of inspiring stories, historical context, and personal bonds, music summed up all of the emotions of this trip for me. Visiting the STAX Museum … Continue reading

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Rich week of research

An update from Taylor, a sophomore majoring in political science and Spanish who is conducting research on school prayer decisions during the 1980s and early 1990s: I’m back in Dallas, and I can’t believe it was already a week ago that … Continue reading

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Our ‘scholarly conversation’

An update from Brandon B., a third-year political science, history and English major who is conducting research on “swing Justices” on the Court: After an abbreviated day of research on Saturday and a long stay at the airport, we made it … Continue reading

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Keeping the momentum going

An update from Katelyn, a sophomore majoring in journalism, Spanish and political science, and conducting research on the Supreme Court’s opinions on student rights: It’s now Saturday evening, and as I sit 30,000 feet in the air on my flight back … Continue reading

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