Post 1 – Dylan Koury – Analyzing Political and Social Messages in Comic Books

Two weeks ago I attended Boston Comic-Con, which I attended for two days. This is the third year I have gone but the most involved I have been at the convention. I spent my time visiting the writers and artists and inkers of comic books which I believed to have an important place in the social and political world today.

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Second Panera post: Fun with Stata!

Hello everyone! It’s been about a month and a half since I last posted on this site; I apologize for my tardiness, but my enrollment in a summer computer science class here at the College in June took up much more of my time than I’d anticipated. Luckily though, I’ve made some decent progress on my project!

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Abstract: Analyzing the Panera Theory through Mathematical Modeling

Hi everyone! I’m so excited to start my research, as my passion for both mathematics and government lend themselves well to this project. My abstract for my freshman Monroe summer research is as follows:

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El americano no deseado: an Analysis of the Negative Opinion of Donald Trump among the Spanish Media (Post two)

In my last post, I gave a bit of introduction to my research, and some of the twists and turns along the way, including a change in theories for the overwhelmingly negative opinion of Donald Trump in Spain. In this post,  I will discuss the reasoning behind my new theory.

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