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About Us

Natalie Amidon is a freshman International Relations major, whose individual project was on why most attempts during the Irish peace process failed.

Ciara Farrington is a senior Mathematics major. She individually researched the social and governmental policies that led to the Incident at Burntollet Bridge.

Emilio Garcia is a junior, majoring in English and focused his individual project on the IRA.

Hailey Merry is a junior Childhood Education with a concentration in History who researched the formation of the Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association.

Olivia Schmidt is a freshman Biology and English major, who studied the religious divides in Northern Ireland as they affected political differences.

 

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