A new book co-edited by Weinberg College Dean Adrian Randolph investigates the ways in which humor is used to demean or give identity to racial, national or ethnic groups. It also explores how humor works differently in different media, such as cartoons, photographs, film, video, television and physical performance.
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As co-founder of investment firm Alliance Consumer Growth, Trevor Nelson ’00 applies the skills he gained as a political science major to drive the growth of branded consumer companies.
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Laurie Shannon, the Franklyn Bliss Snyder Professor of English Literature, is honored for her book "The Accommodated Animal: Cosmopolity in Shakespearean Locales."
Claire Dillon ‘14 has secured a Mitchell Scholarship and Jessica Bickel-Barlow ‘15 has won a Marshall Scholarship. Each will pursue advanced work in their fields.