Cameron Edgington

About Cameron Edgington

Cameron Edgington is a student at the University of Chicago studying Public Policy and Psychology. In his free time, Cameron enjoys running on the varsity track team, writing for the school paper, and spending time with his friends.

Why Reform Won’t Cut It: A Series On Police Reform

While the death of George Floyd inspired protests across the world, many are coming to a close as demonstrators are calling for real reform and legislation. Key objectives include creating a system that administers justice blindly and promotes racial equality. But how can we address deep-rooted systemic problems that require […]

A Hodge-Podge Of Incompetence

One of the most dangerous aspects of the pandemic is the steady flow of falsehoods and disinformation being distributed across social media. In particular, on Facebook, articles that promote supposed ‘cures’ create false narratives about the virus’ transmission, or evoke racial hostilities towards certain ethnic groups that can be misleading […]

Report: The Ravaging Effects Of Indoor Air Pollution

Introduction In the past few months, citizens across the globe have been forced into isolation as a social-distancing measure to combat the spread of COVID-19. The OWP sends out its condolences to those who have lost friends and family members. However, as we begin to spend even more time inside […]

A Dangerous Side Effect: The Infectious Spread Of Authoritarianism In A Post-COVID World

Nations around the world have been grappling with the COVID-19 for months, with over 185 infected countries, 2.38 million infections, and 165,000 deaths at the time of writing. The OWP sends out its condolences to those who have lost friends and family members. But while it is clear from the […]