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2017

 
  • Elle Winfield

    Elle Winfield

    Elle Winfield is a Duke Sophomore from England with a love of writing and a passion from humanitarian advocacy. Currently majoring in History and Peace, War and Defense with a […]

     
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  • Farah Hegazi

    Farah Hegazi

    Farah F. Hegazi is a Ph.D. student in environmental politics and policy at Duke University. Her primary research focuses on the challenges that governments in the Middle East and North Africa […]

     
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  • Savannah Wooten

    Savannah Wooten

    Savannah Wooten is a dual student at Duke and UNC-Chapel Hill majoring in Public Policy and Peace, War, and Defense.  She is the Director of STAND: The Student-Led Movement to […]

     
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  • Hillary Smith

    Hillary Smith

    Hillary Smith obtained B.A.’s in Anthropology and Geography from the University of Florida in 2009. Upon graduating she spent two years with a conservation organization in both Tanzania and Madagascar. […]

     
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  • Emily Meza

    Emily Meza

    Emily is a first-year masters student studying Environmental Management at the Nicholas School of the Environment.  Her interests revolve around water and wastewater infrastructure in the US. She is also interested in land […]

     
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  • Robert Franco

    Robert Franco

    Robert Franco is a third-year PhD student in the History Department whose work is concerned with the politics of gender, sexuality, and the family in modern Latin America. His dissertation […]

     
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  • Elizabeth Barahona

    Elizabeth Barahona

    Elizabeth Barahona is from Orlando, Florida. She is a first-generation 3rd-year undergraduate at Duke University. She studies Latin American and U.S. History, Latinx Studies in the Global South and Human Rights. […]

     
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  • Sydney McAuliffe

    Sydney McAuliffe

    Sydney McAuliffe is a rising senior from West Palm Beach, Florida. She is a Robertson scholar majoring in International Comparative Studies and minoring in Arabic. She is passionate about human […]

     
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  • Anuhita Basavaraju

    Anuhita Basavaraju

    Anuhita Basavaraju is a junior Program II student. Her self designed major “Nature, Nurture, and the Plastic Self” examines the biological and social factors that influence our sense of identity […]

     
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