Category Archives: Policy Voice Contributors

Public Policy and Law Program Celebrates the Life of Ned Cabot

By Brendan W. Clark ’21                                                                       … Continue reading

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Professor Cabot: A Tribute from Julia Mardeusz ’16

Professor Edward “Ned” Cabot, a founding member of the Trinity College Public Policy and Law Department and long-time professor, passed away on May 15, 2018. His impact was enormous and his loss has been and will continue to be deeply … Continue reading

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Professor Cabot: A Tribute from Paige Greene ’13

Professor Edward “Ned” Cabot, a founding member of the Trinity College Public Policy and Law Department and long-time professor, passed away on May 15, 2018. His impact was enormous and his loss has been and will continue to be deeply … Continue reading

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Professor Cabot: A Tribute from Ethan Cantor ’16

Professor Edward “Ned” Cabot, a founding member of the Trinity College Public Policy and Law Department and long-time professor, passed away on May 15, 2018. His impact was enormous and his loss has been and will continue to be deeply … Continue reading

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Inside Being A Public Policy Major

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

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An Interview with Trinity’s own Professor Williamson

By Ethan Cantor ’16 This semester I have been taking a class with Professor Williamson, “Immigration and Integration Policy” (PBPL 331), where we have analyzed a wide variety of issues that inform the debate on immigration policy. In perfect timing … Continue reading

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