lecture hall

Political Science Capstone Presentations - Spring 2019

Please join us on May 8th in Xavier 201 for poster presentations of the following projects:

May 8, 4:00-5:00 pm - Xavier 201/First Session

Co-Authored Papers

“A Solution: Mandatory Voting in the United States”

“A Beneficial or Detrimental ‘Special Relationship’? An Examination of the United States/Israel Relationship”

“Forecasting the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election”

“Refugee Quota Allotments in Relation to Shaping US Policy”

“Laying the Path for Successful Democratic Transitions: A Cross-Continental Comparative Study of Paraguay and Botswana”

“Presidential Rhetoric, Presidential Opinion, and Criminal Justice Policy”

“News Media Bias in a War on Terror”

May 8, 5:15-6:15 pm - Xavier 201/Second Session

Single-Authored Papers

“The Influences of Partisan Affiliation on the First Amendment and the Disinviting of Campus Speakers”

“Processing Sexual Assault”

“Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Jurisprudence Examined Through the Equal Protection Clause”

“Mass Incarceration and its Effects on Communities”

“Municipal Broadband”

“A Brief Exploration of Washington State’s Firearm Legislation and Voting Trends”