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An update from Erin, a senior majoring in history and human rights: Well, we’ve done it. We’ve said our last goodbyes to Alabama. Part of me is sad to leave because the most incredible memories of the trip, for me, … Continue reading
An update from Ana Sophia, a senior human rights major with a minor in French: The Civil Rights pilgrimage has proved to be a beautiful trip that not only tells, but also brings to life American history. It is surprising … Continue reading
An update from Julianna, a sophomore majoring in business who is conducting research on the exclusionary rule: We’ve just finished up our third day on The Hill and I can’t believe it’s Wednesday night already! After our 6:30 a.m., Monday … Continue reading
An update from Michael, a junior majoring in philosophy and political science: As I skimmed through Justice Robert H. Jackson’s documents in the Library of Congress, I found the interactions between Justice Jackson and Justice Black particularly pertinent to my own … Continue reading
An update from Alexander, a sophomore psychology and political science major: As we left our second day at the Library of Congress, I was overcome with the most surreal feeling. I felt like a graduate student, as if I were … Continue reading
An update from Hayley, a junior majoring in anthropology, French and human rights: Day three was a really fun, rejuvenating day! I managed to stay awake for the documentary about Nashoba County on the way from Jackson to Philadelphia. The story … Continue reading
The next day was the complete opposite of our hike. I was able to get dressed for a day touring Santa Fe. It was going to be a more relaxed trip with plenty of shopping and sight-seeing. Our first stop … Continue reading
By 8 a.m. the next morning, I was on my way to the Taos Ski Valley for my final hike of the term. My class was going to climb up part of the entire 13,000-foot mountain area to see the beautiful … Continue reading
Even though the week went by faster than I thought it would, it still took a very long time for Friday to come around. The Parasitology students were finishing up their dissections and identification of parasites, while the other Botany … Continue reading