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I have known brilliant students in my three decades as a professor, but none who exhibited the capacity to do original work at such an early stage in her education as Jess Chiriboga ’24.
If this is the kind of foreign investment that politicians and capitalists are innovating in 2023, then Panamanians want no part of it.
Without hesitation, these writers are speaking truth to power, without the need to mediate themselves through a white, U.S.-centric gaze.
It’s a very interesting, complicated moment in both immigration history and farm labor history that we’re living through right now.
The debate around today’s Farm Workforce Modernization Act cannot be short-circuited by the politics of the moment or the promise of a newly opened, yet still winding road to citizenship for immigrants.
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Dartmouth has a long tradition of hosting events for presidential candidates on the campaign trail, including a debate as recently as the 2012 cycle, giving students a firsthand view of the New Hampshire primary.
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The deadly violence in Israel and Gaza has affected many members of the community in a number of ways, and Dartmouth has responded with public forums and other events.
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