In modern democracy, compromise is a necessary component. This, however, relies on common ground, and voters are finding less and less of that as the election cycles go on. This leads us to question, how did such strong partisan polarization come to be? Will it lessen anytime soon? If not, should we, from an institutional standpoint, change our system to adapt […]
While organized crime is nothing new, it seemingly has evolved to focus both on economic and political gain. At what point did this shift occur? How has the goal of political gain changed the way organized crime is viewed and implemented and what could be done to better monitor and regulate modern organized crime?
Model UN empowers students to step into the role of global ambassador. Through real-life simulations, students learn the organizational procedures of the United Nations and learn to debate global issues in a structured environment.
This twelve-week course educates participants on social justice related topics such as immigration, racism, global inequality and fair trade. While working through these issues, participants develop leadership skills to promote civic engagement outside of the classroom.
Our monthly community discussion series creates conversations based in international peace and human rights, joining together both local experts and members of the community for a dialogue about the global issues that are challenging our society.
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