Daily Archives: March 17, 2017

Another Fascinating Day

An update from Amanda O., a first-year studying history and political science: Today was particularly special because our class was given a special tour of the Supreme Court beyond the gates of the public. Professor Kobylka even arranged the Clerk … Continue reading

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Inside the Marble Palace

An update from Michael R., a senior majoring in political science and English: Meting Out Justice & Meeting a Justice My research project is about the causes of the Supreme Court’s sustained behavior that favored desegregation in a series of … Continue reading

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Finding My People

An update from Destiny Rose M., a sophomore triple major in political science, English and philosophy, and double minor in public policy and international affairs and human rights: Today was jam packed and wonderful. After waking up early and managing … Continue reading

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Flying By

An update from Emily Anne O., a junior double majoring in marketing and political science: We are over half way through our D.C. trip, and it is flying by! This morning, we went back to the Supreme Court, but this … Continue reading

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Still So Much to Learn

An update from Courtney T., a senior triple majoring in political science, history and Spanish, and minoring in law and legal reasoning: With two months left of my undergraduate career, I like to think that I’ve learned a lot—that my opinions … Continue reading

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Rooms Where History is Made

An update from Hailey B., a junior with double majors in Political Science and Public Policy, and minors in Business Administration and Law and Legal Reasoning: Today we had another adventurous day in D.C.! After a full day in the … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Visit

An update from Lisa S., a senior majoring in accounting and political science: Two great things happened today: a private tour of the Supreme Court building, and another successful day of research. Thankfully we woke up to a slightly more … Continue reading

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In Pretoria

An update from Brian Lightner, a second-year Master of Divinity candidate: Let me begin by saying that the purpose of our immersion trip is to explore the meaning of Christian hope and to identify hope that ushers forth from ministries … Continue reading

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