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Check Out Our Seniors' Honors Theses!

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Huge congratulations to all of our seniors who completed Honors Theses! You will be able to find the titles of their theses below.

 

Nicolas Berlinski

Nicolas Berlinski completed a thesis with the Government department titled "The Message or the Messenger? A Comparative Study of the Mechanisms of News Media Effects."

 

Olivia Brody-Bizar

Olivia Brody-Bizar completed a thesis with the Quantitative Social Science department titled "Sorority Rush: An Examination of Body Image and Social Wellbeing Among Dartmouth Students."

 

Jared Cape

Jared Cape completed a thesis with the Geography department titled "New Hampshire's Electoral Geographies: District Types, Electoral Methods, and Political Representation."

 

Elizabeth Garrison

El Garrison completed a thesis with the Government department titled "The Impact of Identity and Personal Values on American Public Support for Minority Rights."

 

Olivia Goodwin

Olivia Goodwin completed a thesis with the Sociology department titled "COVID-19 AND THE LGBTQ+ DARTMOUTH UNDERGRADUATE: How LGBTQ+ students use their social networks to cope with stressors during quarantine."

 

Janae Harris

Janae Harris completed a thesis with the Sociology department titled "An Ongoing Wild West: An Analysis of Sociopolitical and Social Factors and Health in Wind River."

 

Shira Hornstein

Shira Hornstein completed a thesis with the Goverment department titled "Wasting a Good Crisis: The Effects of Polarization on Public Opinion During National Emergencies."

 

Kasey Rhee

Kasey Rhee completed a thesis with the Quantitative Social Science department titled "White Liberal Enthusiasm for Appeals to Minorities."

 

Madeleine Sach

Madeleine Sach completed a thesis with the Quantitative Social Science department titled "The Effect of Cues from Groups with Issue Relevance on American Public Opinion."

 

Jennah Slayton

Jennah Slayton completed a thesis with the Quantitative Social Science department titled "Politicians Punished: How Politican Race and Previous Support for Victims Affect Constitutent Reactions to Political Allegations of Sexual Misconduct." 

 

Fionnuala Murphy

Fionnuala Murphy completed a thesis with the History department titled "Un Sueno Para Vender: The Economics of Memory and the Malvinas War in Argentinian Political Discourse, 1989-2015."

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