Fall Ath Events

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FRI, NOV. 8 at 12 noon to 1:15 pm 

Location KRV 102 with CIRS Students

PROFESSOR ROD CAMP, of CMC, is a Philip M. McKenna Professor of the Pacific Rim that focuses on Mexican Politics, US-Mexico Relations, and Violence and Security in Mexico.

TOPIC: "Avocados, 9/11, and Narcotics: The Crisis at the Mexico-US Border"

Want to know more about the current events unfolding here?  Mexican food will be provided. Come join us!

SPACE IS LIMITED - RSVP to Sarah Chen: schen22@cmc.edu

Click HERE for the flyer!

Monday Nov. 11, 2019

 ATH - Evening Program

Co-Sponsored with

Religious Studies

TAL SCHNEIDER

"Israeli Society at a Crossroads"

Friday Nov. 22, 2019

 ATH - Lunch Program

IVAN KURILLA

Can Russian-American Relations

Be Fixed? Lessons from History

Monday Nov. 18, 2019

 ATH - Evening Program

JAMES KYNGE

"Be Water": Hong Kong's Protests and Beijing's Response"

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