Over the course of the Fall 2017 semester, each campus’ students worked to research an example of conflict and attempted resolution in their college towns and regions. They used local resources on their campuses and local communities, including: university and public libraries and archives, student and town newspapers, local government records and websites, and oral interviews with students, professors, and community members.
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- The Keene Pumpkin Festival Conflict: Overcoming Pumpkin Fest
- Students: Tyler Harrington and Erin Lynch
- Frack That! The Impacts of Hydraulic Fracturing in Tioga County, Pennsylvania
- Students: Claire Bachman and Jessica Towey
- Shays’ Rebellion and the Ratification of the Constitution
- Students: Anthony Corbett and Shane Voci
- Railroaded: Springfield Rail Improvements Project: Community Voices
- Student: Abriana Robinson
- “If God Is For Us, Who Can Be Against Us”: Desegregation in Fredericksburg
- Students: Kailee Adkins and Alyssa Macaranas