Threat of Terrorism
Liam ('20) is from Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. He is a history major, with a focus on American history, and a government minor at Dartmouth College. Liam has previously worked as an intern in the office of Congressman Jim McGovern (MA-2) as an organizer on numerous political campaigns, and as the race director for Turkey Trot for the Memory–– a yearly road-race which has raised over $150,000 for the Alzheimer's Association. In addition, Liam was a member of the Coalition for Addiction Prevention and Education, an organization which united the public and private sector to address the opioid crisis and drug misuse. At Dartmouth, he is a member of the Heavyweight Rowing team, and a volunteer in the Dart to Hart mentoring program.
Karina ('19) is from Tucson, Arizona. In high school, she was a part of her school's student council, debate team, Chinese language competition team, and Science Olympiad team. At Dartmouth, Karina is a Government and Chinese double major. She is involved with World Outlook: Dartmouth's Undergraduate International Affairs Journal, Cannan Club — a group of student-athletes that assists with teaching PE classes at an elementary school in Canaan — the Summer Enrichment program at Dartmouth (SEAD), and the Dartmouth Women’s Rugby Team. She is passionate about Chinese language and international relations, and she plans to pursue a masters degree after graduation.
Duncan ('20) is pursuing degrees in History and Government at Dartmouth College, with particular focuses on European political history and international relations. These passions lead him to compete on Dartmouth's policy debate team, the Dartmouth Forensics Union. Duncan is also an Associate Editor at the Dartmouth Law Journal and is a member of the Ultimate Frisbee Team. When he's not playing ultimate, he prefers to spend his time outside skiing, hiking, and playing soccer. From Massachusetts, he is also an avid Boston sports fan.
Sunny ('20) is double majoring in government and economics with a minor in public policy at Dartmouth. He became interested in political violence after learning about the Khalistan movement in India involving Sikhs in the Indian state of Punjab. Sunny’s family was affected by the anti-Sikh riots of 1984 which has sparked his research interests in studying the causes, effects, and solutions to insurgency and terrorism. On campus Sunny conducts research in the government department as a Politics and Law Research Fellow, is treasurer for Dartmouth Quest for Socioeconomic Engagement, and works with the Opportunity First political advocacy group. He aspires to attend law school and eventually become a politician, hopefully starting with his home district in Jamaica, NY.