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The Privacy of Politics

The Privacy of Politics

Evan Bruning, International Affairs and Economics ‘17 November 5, 2014 0

I had the privilege of being a panelist at last Mondays “The Politics of Privacy” event, co-hosted by Generation Citizen, the NU College Democrats, the NU College Republicans, and the Northeastern University Political Review.

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Clinton Teams Up with Coakley for MA Governor’s Race

Clinton Teams Up with Coakley for MA Governor’s Race

Catherine Mahan, Political Science ‘19 October 27, 2014 0

When recent polls revealed that Republican Charlie Baker had an almost nine point lead over Democrat Martha Coakley in the Massachusetts gubernatorial race, all eyes turned to Coakley’s next move.  Next on her campaign

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Minorities are Hurting GDP—But It’s Not Their Fault

Minorities are Hurting GDP—But It’s Not Their Fault

Isabel Munson, Economic '16 October 20, 2014 0

I recently watched a video by Marginal Revolution University regarding the relationship between social trust and economic growth. It seems natural that a society in which trust is high would be more productive. When

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Hong Kong is ready for Democracy, but not through means of “Occupy Central”

Hong Kong is ready for Democracy, but not through means of “Occupy Central”

Alec Cheung, Journalism and Political Science, 2017 October 14, 2014 0

In April of 2013, before the protests manifested China’s financial hub, South China Morning Post senior writer Alex Lo interviewed Occupy Central’s Benny Tai, providing insight into the movement’s ideas.[1] Tai, an associate professor

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Governor Deval Patrick Policy Strategy to Success

Governor Deval Patrick Policy Strategy to Success

Valeria Vidal, Dual Major in International Affairs & Language, Literature and Culture '14 October 7, 2014 0

On Monday September 29th, the 2014 Massachusetts Clean Energy Industry Report was released. This report highlights the state’s clean energy industry growth of 47% since 2010 with an emphasis on the double-digit growth for

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US Policy in the Middle East

US Policy in the Middle East

Lila Sevener, Political Science and Environmental Science '18 September 22, 2014 0

On Tuesday September 16, 2014, Professor Joel Migdal gave a guest lecture at Northeastern University about his new book Shifting Sands-The United States in the Middle East. His presentation focused on the four main

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Gaza From Afar

Gaza From Afar

Anna Bagley, International Affairs '18 September 15, 2014 0

On Tuesday September 9, Dov Waxman made his professorial debut to the Northeastern community with his lecture on the Gaza-Israel War. The lecture and Q&A session, Judging the Gaza War (From Afar), were part

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Neglected Tropical Disease (NTD): Schistosomiasis

Neglected Tropical Disease (NTD): Schistosomiasis

Olivia Macrorie, Biochemistry '16 April 13, 2014 0

END7 at NU is a budding student group at Northeastern that is in the process of becoming official. END7 at NU is a chapter of the larger nonprofit, END7, which is working to eliminate

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Neglected Tropical Disease (NTD): Ascariasis

Neglected Tropical Disease (NTD): Ascariasis

Itxaso Garay, Biochemistry '18 April 12, 2014 0

END7 at NU is a budding student group at Northeastern that is in the process of becoming official. END7 at NU is a chapter of the larger nonprofit, END7, which is working to eliminate

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Neglected Tropical Disease (NTD): River Blindness

Neglected Tropical Disease (NTD): River Blindness

Itxaso Garay, Biochemistry '18 April 11, 2014 0

END7 at NU is a budding student group at Northeastern that is in the process of becoming official. END7 at NU is a chapter of the larger nonprofit, END7, which is working to eliminate

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