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  • Image of Assistant Professor Dorzweiler

    On the experimental nature of democracy

    Professor Dorzweiler contrasts the optimism of political movements with the experimental nature of democracy in practice. More »
  • Janaira Ramirez ’18 Majors: Political science and women's and gender studies Internship: Civic engagement intern for the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials, helping to mobilize Latino voters for the upcoming presidential election Funding source: Wheaton Fellows Program Registering voters: "I registered voters and helped recruit volunteers for phone banks of voter registration drives. I also helped […] More »
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    Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein speaks to overflow crowd at Wheaton College

    Over 250 students and residents packed the Hindle Auditorium to hear the presidential hopeful discuss her platform Sunday. After a 30-minute speech, Stein welcomed questions from the audience, who asked about immigration, the military, GMOs and more. - K.Canne, Sun Chronicle More »
  • G. Huiskamp on Michelle Obama's convention speech

    A St.Louis paper calls on Professor Huiskamp to comment on the First Lady's patriotic speech at the 2016 Democratic National Convention. More »
  • USA Today asks Professor Huiskamp

    ... to comment for their coverage on the ideas underlying the controversy over NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick's refusal to stand for the playing of the national anthem. More »
  • Photo of Weich Liu '14

    Liu '14, at Northwestern Law

    Weichi Liu '14, will transfer to Northwestern Law school in Chicago in the fall. This summer he is interning at a law firm in Beijing, China. More »
  • Ethan Fitzgerald

    Applying Theory to Policy

    Ethan Fitzgerald '16 received the Kathryn W. Davis Prize for Undergraduate Research. More »
  • Portrait of Christine Todd Whitman '68

    Christie Todd Whitman '68 speaks to students

    The former governor of New Jersey and Administrator of the EPA will assess the state of American politics and the functioning of the American political system in an increasingly polarized partisan era. All PSC and IR majors are encouraged to attend, April 27, 12:30 to 1:50 pm, Meneely 307 or 3:30 to 4:50 pm, Meneely 105 More »
  • Image of George Mitchell

    The Artistry of Negotiation

    A Conversation with George Mitchell, Thursday April 28, 7PM Cole Memorial Chapel. More »
  • Image of Marielle Thete '16

    Marielle Thete '16 interns on Capitol Hill

    A graduating senior double major in Political Science and International Relations, Marielle will be interning this summer in the Washington DC office of Maine Senator Angus King. More »