Courtney Davis ’21 delves into not only how misinformation spreads on social media sites but also how to hold those companies responsible.
Lily Evans ’21 considers how the journalistic contributions from digital natives align with established ethical standards, and also, whether those standards should be challenged.
Alexandra George ’21 discusses the human dignity violation associated with dying in prison and encourages amending prison policy to allow for compassionate release.
Zachary Heffron ’22 summarizes why college students reacted differently socially to COVID-19 than other age demographics, continuing to see friends because they were not concerned about getting infected given their good health and youthful resilience.
Amana Liddell ’22 researched disparities in health care for Black people and created resources to better inform communities.
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