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CIPA capstone projects foster change near and far

Students and faculty packed the Dec. 5 Cornell Institute for Public Affairs capstone reception, at which master's degree students present final policy projects.

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Panel discusses past, present of populism

Several Cornell professors participated in a Dec. 2 discussion titled "Populists, Progressives and the Present" at Cornell Law School.

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Law students resolve questions for residents, nonprofits

A new legal clinic offers law students real-world experience while helping members of the local community who may not be able to afford legal help.

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Panel discusses the impact of drones on war, policing, privacy

The Cornell Law School welcomed four panelists on Nov. 17 to discuss how drones may influence privacy law in the United States and how wars are conducted.

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Gender and politics expert examines sexism in campaigns

Jennifer Lawless, a nationally recognized expert on women in politics, examined the reasons for the underrepresentation of women in politics in the final Making of the President Series talk Nov. 14.

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Roundtable tries to predict future foreign policy under Trump

Three government professors described what they expected from Donald Trump's foreign policy approach Nov. 10 at the weekly lecture of the Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies.

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Political scientist Adam Levine recaps presidential election

Adam Levine spoke to a standing-room only crowd in McGraw Hall Nov. 10 as faculty and students joined his American Political Campaigns class for a 2016 election recap.

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Community breaks bread on heels of presidential election

A day after President-elect Donald Trump’s Nov. 8 victory, Cornell students, senior administrators, faculty and staff gathered for a meal while processing the election results as a community and discussing how to move on in post-election America.

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Asian American Studies hosts post-election talk

Asian American Studies Program students and staff gathered Nov. 9 in Rockefeller Hall for a catered Indian lunch and a talk on the U.S. election results with program director Derek Chang, associate professor of history.