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Jun 12 2020 | Diana Aguilera
While many people primarily think of homelessness as economic injustice, Courtney Cooperman approaches this issue through a new lens. Her Ethics in Society honors thesis unveils the political consequences of being unhoused and how lack of housing undermines citizens’ ability to partake in democracy...
Jun 12 2020 | Diana Aguilera
Ethan Cruikshank is not afraid to confront critical issues. In his Ethics in Society honors thesis, he examines one of the most important social and economic problems of our century: the rise of robots and the massive labor displacement it could cause.
Jun 12 2020 | Diana Aguilera
Courtney Douglas is certainly leaving her mark at Stanford. She has served as editor and writer for The Stanford Daily, immersed herself in the press freedom advocacy arena, and worked as a peer advisor in the English department. Douglas also participated in the Ethics Center's Undergraduate Honors...
Jun 12 2020 | Diana Aguilera
The digital public sphere is a new reality that many people participate in but very few understand. As a junior, Madeline Libbey embarked on a mission to comprehend this realm. In her Ethics in Society honors thesis, she examines how the new structural conditions and realities of the digital public...
Jun 12 2020 | Diana Aguilera
Why do we give kids a break when it comes to criminal law? This is the fundamental question explored by Amanda Orbuch in her Ethics in Society honor thesis. The multiyear process of the Undergraduate Honors Program helped Orbuch find her own philosophical voice and the intellectual courage to...

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