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November 2013 Issue
Political science doctoral candidate Matthew Kavanagh argues that patents are counter-productive in developing countries.Susan Ahlborn
In the U.S. and other developed nations, AIDS is no longer seen as a death sentence. Yet in Africa thousands still can’t get the medications that make this miracle possible.
Emilio Parrado answers questions on immigration reform.Blake Cole
Like healthcare before it, meaningful immigration reform in Congress is akin to political kryptonite. Promising reform, often bipartisan, inevitably falls by the wayside, while big-name reform supporters experience a change of heart.
Heather Sharkey examines the long-lasting effects of missionary work.Blake Cole
In her new book Cultural Conversions: Unexpected Consequences of Christian Missionary Encounters in the Middle East, Africa, and South Asia, Heather J.
Senior Olivia Rutigliano takes Shakespearean costume study into her own hands.Blake Cole
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Daniel Mindiola is finding new ways to harness greenhouse gases.Susan Ahlborn
What if greenhouse gasses are not the problem but the solution? Presidential Term Professor of Chemistry Daniel Mindiola sees a greener future, in which we use gases like methane and ethane to produce energy and other products.
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