To Hide A Body

Wendy Wu ’22 From podcasts to documentaries, the world has an odd fascination with violent crime. Even decades after they occur, grisly murders are picked apart by the media and public. Another group with particular interest in murders are forensic psychologists. Their research has delved into the psyche of murderers and the factors that lead up to them committing crime. This has helped in developing … Continue reading To Hide A Body

Justice Redefined

Wendy Wu ’22 On January 18, 2015, Stanford University freshman Brock Turner was caught sexually assaulting an unconscious woman behind a dumpster. On July 6, 2016, Philando Castile was shot seven times by a police officer for, supposedly, reaching for his wallet. Both cases garnered extensive media coverage and incited public outrage towards the criminal justice system. Nicholas Chagnon and Nickie D. Phillips, Sociology and … Continue reading Justice Redefined