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Jul 20 2021 | Chong-Ming Lim
Chong-Ming Lim is an outgoing postdoc at the McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society. In this article, Lim explains a non-traditional grading structure he tested in Spring Quarter 2021. This Fall, Lim will join Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, as an Assistant Professor of Philosophy....
Jul 7 2021 | Hannah Kunzman
Sara Cody never expected to be a household name. Yet, in March of 2020, she skyrocketed to national headlines after being among the first public health officers in the nation to enact stay-at-home orders to slow the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Cody is the public health officer and director of...
Jun 14 2021 | Diana Aguilera
Jackie O'Neil is not afraid to ask tough questions. In high school, she examined contentious political questions as a member of her constitutional debate team. There, she became interested in the Reconstruction era of American history and how it can be used to trace contemporary injustices. Now,...
Jun 14 2021 | Diana Aguilera
Michelle Ly graduates from Stanford having addressed one of our nation’s most pressing problems – digital privacy. In the last few years, Americans have become increasingly concerned with the lack of control over their personal online data. As part of the Center’s Undergraduate Honors Program, Ly...
Jun 14 2021 | Diana Aguilera
In January 2021, President Joe Biden introduced his proposal to raise the federal hourly minimum wage to $15 an hour. The announcement sparked vibrant discussions, while economists described it as “the mother of all economic debates.” Eager to explore the philosophy behind the debate, Jonathan...

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