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Health and Society

Study Shows Social Media an Effective Tool for Predicting Voting Outcomes

A new study reveals social media may highlight intergroup polarization of voter opinion more adequately than traditional polls when predicting election outcomes. Researchers at...

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Global Affairs

Fighting to End Poverty

In Dandora, Kenya, a sprawling neighborhood in Nairobi, housing for 250,000 people is built around the city’s largest dumpsite. Life near a large trash heap exposes the...

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Health and Society

Lifting Voices

In this episode, Marisel Moreno from the College of Arts and Letters discusses giving voice to underrepresented groups and the opportunities presented by community-based learning...

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Law and Politics

Brexit, the WTO, and the Future of UK Trade: Session 3 of 3

This video is part of the Notre Dame Student-Alumni Lecture Series 2016; this is the last of three roundtable discussions regarding the trade implications of Brexit. The sessions...

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Law and Politics

Brexit and Trade Negotiations outside the EU: Session 2 of 3

This video is part of the Notre Dame Student-Alumni Lecture Series 2016; this is the second of three roundtable discussions regarding the trade implications of Brexit. The...

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Law and Politics

Brexit and Trade Negotiations with the EU: Session 1 of 3

This video is part of the Notre Dame Student-Alumni Lecture Series 2016; this is the first of three roundtable discussions regarding the trade implications of Brexit. The sessions...

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Law and Politics

Asia and the US Elections

The 2016 US Presidential election is full of issues that affect our relationship with nations in Asia, including trade and security. The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), China’s...

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Global Affairs

Fighting for Lasting Peace

Peace negotiations between the Colombian government and the country’s principal guerrillas had come to a standstill yet again. One of the longest and bloodiest civil wars in...

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Art and History

Fighting to Preserve our Heritage

What if, in an instant, one of the world’s most renowned, most beloved, most iconic sites was destroyed? Across the globe, many important cultural heritage monuments face the...

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Global Affairs

Fighting for Displaced People

There are 60 million displaced people in the world and every day an estimated 40,000 people flee their homes in search of safety elsewhere. For many, a temporary stop in a refugee...

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Law and Politics

ISIS and U.S. Strategy

Join Notre Dame Political Science Chair Michael Desch for an exploration of the threat posed by ISIS and an analysis of the United States government’s response.

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Science and Technology

Fighting to Build Bridges

Senior engineering student Luis Llanos knows firsthand how showing compassion and offering support can give people a brighter future and real hope for a prosperous life. When...

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