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Tuesday

The Internet, The Media and Terrorism

Delpha Phi Epsilon is hosting professor Raphael Cohen-Almagor for a discussion on terrorism and technology in the 21st century. Cohen-Almagor, an expert in international affairs and journalism, is the chair of politics at the University of Hull in the U.K.
Funger Hall, Room 103 – 7 p.m.

Congressman Aaron Schock

The College Republicans and the Young America Foundation are hosting Rep. Aaron Schock, R-Ill., the youngest representative currently in Congress.
Marvin Center Amphitheater – 7:30 p.m.


Wednesday

Native American Heritage Month

Michael Jacobs, a musical performer from the Native Cherokee Nation, will kick off the heritage month celebration. Students can also try out a Native American-themed dinner at J Street.
Columbian Square, Marvin Center – 6 p.m.

Views from the Frontlines

Human rights advocates who have lived and worked in Burma will speak about the continuing strife between the military regime and armed ethnic minority groups in the South Asian country.
1957 E Street, Room 602 – 5 p.m.

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