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Former Hart Fellow Michaela Stith Releases Debut Book Welp

 When Michaela Stith (Trinity ’18, SOL ’15, Hart Fellow ’18-’19) first went to Tromsø, Norway for her Hart Fellowship experience, she wasn’t anticipating writing a book. However, she collected a body of writing from her Hart Fellowship’s “Letters Home” which later became the basis of her debut book, Welp: Climate Change and Arctic Identities. Her…

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2020 PEP Fellows Draft Key Section of Voting Rights Bill

Anna Klingensmith (T ’21) and Nadia Innab (T ’21), two 2020 Political Engagement Project (PEP) Fellows, wrote a section of a bill that will be presented to the General Assembly of North Carolina. The “Fix Our Democracy” Bill, sponsored by Senator Jeff Jackson and Representative Ashton Wheeler Clemmons, intends to remove barriers to voting access.…

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