Stories by Brennen Jensen

Neighborhood Watch

Spring 2019

Public health major Bronte Nevins examines patterns of investment and disinvestment in 10 neighborhoods in...

Colorful Questions

Spring 2019

Senior neuroscience major Brianna Aheimer researches how congenitally blind and sighted individuals learn about color.

Wizard of Vlog

Spring 2019

Angelamarie Malkoun, a Writing Seminars and history double major, reads and researches young adult fantasy...

Counting for a Cure

Spring 2019

Junior Emnet Atlabachew investigates the mechanisms underlying epilepsy in neurological disorders.

New Life for Old Drugs

Fall 2018

Neuroscience major Michael Peters hopes to publish his research on an anti-viral drug that may...

Fly by Night Research

Fall 2018

Sophomore Cameron Chenault, a Woodrow Wilson Fellow double-majoring in behavioral biology and film, studies whether...

Gender Defenders

Fall 2018

Anthony Boutros visited Lebanon last summer to interview leaders of more than a dozen gender...

Empowered While Imprisoned

Fall 2018

Bridget Carolan, a political science and international studies double major, is in Ireland studying how...

National Park Disservice

Spring 2018

Gillian Waldo, a senior film and media studies major, is researching the instances of racism...

Egyptian Endeavor

Spring 2018

Mike Tritsch, a Woodrow Wilson Fellow double-majoring in archaeology and Near Eastern studies, traveled to...

The Flow of History

Spring 2018

Shahmir Ali is exploring how teaching students in his native Pakistan about the region’s ancient...

Bridging the Divide

Spring 2018

Senior Alizay Jalisi combined her interests in health care, Spanish, and the immigrant experience into...