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This is the official blog of the Trinity College Public Policy & Law Department. The blog showcases the achievements of students, alumni, and faculty, so feel free to look around, read our posts, and comment with your opinions. Thank you for visiting!
- PBPL Voice Profiles: Camille Valentincic ’22 May 2, 2022
- Congratulations to PBPL Major Erin DeMarco ’23, Published Author of Op-Ed April 28, 2022
- Congratulations to PBPL Major Emily Blanchard ’22, Published Author of Op-Ed April 27, 2022
- PBPL Voice Profiles: Charlie Kilborn ’22 April 27, 2022
- Trinity Pre-Law Society Sponsors Panel – Women in Law: A Conversation with Trinity Alumni April 26, 2022
- Congratulations to PBPL Major Marisol Garcia ’22, Published Author of Op-Ed April 25, 2022
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By Brendan W. Clark ’21 Editor-in-Chief The Public Policy and Law Department is very proud of Anthony Davis ’20, a senior Public Policy and Law major who was announced as a recipient of the U.S. Student Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship … Continue reading
By Brooke LePage ’19 Contributing Writer Public Policy and Law is one of the more popular majors on Trinity’s campus. But, what exactly is it and how is it different from political science? Before coming to Trinity and becoming a … Continue reading
By Brooke LePage ’19 Contributing Writer My name is Brooke LePage and I am a rising Public Policy & Law major at Trinity College. This fall, I am partaking in a Washington Semester Program through American University. Through this program, … Continue reading
Each time I hear our presidential candidates argue over how to combat the threats of ISIS-inspired terrorism and immigrant minorities, I am reminded of how Parisians and I lived with these two problems over the last few months. And now … Continue reading
This semester I have had the opportunity to study in Copenhagen with the Danish Institute for Study Abroad (D.I.S). While I quickly came to love Copenhagen in part for its ubiquitous tranquility, the shootings this past February served as a … Continue reading