Introducing a Modified Good Samaritan Reduced-Price Mechanism to Combat Hunger and Food Waste

By Wenhao Winston Du, Vanderbilt University


The federal government has long recognized the unfortunate truth that hunger and food waste are pressing issues in the United States. Besides providing and funding a litany of direct federal assistance programs (e.g., SNAP) to address the problems, the government has also recognized the importance of promoting the roles of individuals, corporations, and nonprofits in this common endeavor.

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Less Can Be More When Regulating Deepfakes
By Timothy Anderson, Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University

Bad Seeds: A Case against Federal Farm Subsidies 
By Nicholas G. Sileo, Princeton University

A Local Approach to the Opioid Epidemic
By Kaila Webb, Wellesley College