Honors Thesis Spotlight: The Jurisprudence of the International Criminal Court: The Role of Language in Promoting a More Accessible International Criminal Justice System

In the last century, French and English became entrenched as the two working languages of international law. Since that time, we have witnessed the rapid development and integration of Asian nations into international systems and the adoption of English as the sole universal language in other fields. This article carries out a cost-benefit analysis concerning…

Graduate Student Summer Experience: The City of Minneapolis and Vision Zero

Over the past six years, both as an undergraduate and graduate student at Florida State University, summer experiences have become a pivotal component of my academics. Leaving the classroom and immersing myself in a variety of projects showcase the importance of hands-on learning, and I could not stress how important it is to leave one’s…