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If You Build It, Perhaps Too Many People will Come: How Night Games Disrupted Wrigleyville , with lacking coverage from the Chicago Tribune
In 1988, the Chicago Cubs became the last team in Major League Baseball to install lights at their baseball stadium. That meant the team could play games at night, which was a popular idea among its fans. But Wrigley Field ...
Living with Faith for Now: Journey of Iraqi Refugees Between Homes
Many refugees from around the world have witnessed and experienced violence in their communities, causing them to flee to a new country. Iraqi refugees have been displaced to neighboring countries, such as Egypt, Jordan, ...
Black Love and Black Power: An Intersectional Analysis of Gender Violence and Political Activism
This thesis examines the intersections of political activism and gender-based violence in the Black student body at Duke University. Extensive interviews were conducted with members of the Black student body, as well as ...
Of Trustees and Offsprings: A Diasporic Trail of Parsi “Crisis” from Bombay to Hong Kong
This thesis examines the discourse(s) of crisis in the Parsi diaspora. Treating crisis as a common variable, rather than a singular and unique event across various Parsi communities, I investigate the dimensions of crisis ...