September 8, 2014

Cornell Prison Reform Project Creates New Research Branch

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By GABRIELLA LEE

The Cornell Prison Reform and Education Project — a student organization created last fall — has reorganized this semester by creating a branch to research issues relevant to prison reform, according to its co-founders.

Amber Aspinall ’17, programming chair of the Prison Reform and Education Project, discusses the organization’s goals Monday in Goldwin Smith Hall. (Ryan Landvater / Sun Senior Photographer)

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