Come to celebrate with us on the Class of 2017's Anthropology Senior Presentation Day this Thursday, April 27 starting at 12:15pm! It's taking place at Barnes Science Center 412&407. Nine amazing anthro seniors will present their capstone projects and share the stories with you. Everyone is welcome. We look forward to meeting you!
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Elizabeth R. Baker: "The Language and Linguistics of Donald Trump: Condoning and Promoting Rape Culture Through Words" Leslie Dinkin: "Exploring The Influence Of The 2016 Presidential Election On Social Identity In Liberal Arts College Students" Emily Kautz: "Traditional Foodways of the Colville Confederated Tribes" Morgan Mulhern: "Capitalizing on community: A critical discourse on the neoliberal management of diabetes and inequity" Nina Riggio: "BLIGHTED: Houseless Communities, Gentrification, and the South Nevada Redevelopment Project in Colorado Springs, Colorado, 2016-2017" Kimberly Towne: "The Internet's Effect On Language Evolution, People's Reactions, And Why One Should And Shouldn’t Care At The Same Time" Claire Vernon: "A Search for Food Sovereignty: Neoliberalism in Alternative Food Movements in Colorado Springs" Maya Williamson: "What’s In It For Women? : A Case Study Of Akb48 And The Japanese Idol Experience"