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Evan Mandery, chair of the Department of Criminal Justice at John Jay College, sheds light on the history of the death penalty in the United States at the Eagleton Institute of Politics on Douglass campus.
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Evan Mandery, chair of the Department of Criminal Justice at John Jay College, sheds light on the history of the death penalty in the United States at the Eagleton Institute of Politics on Douglass campus.

Erin R. Vogel from the Department of Anthropology speaks at the Food Sciences Building on Cook campus.
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Erin R. Vogel from the Department of Anthropology speaks at the Food Sciences Building on Cook campus.

Erik Ohlander, a professor of religion, explained Sufism, a form of Islam, and its relationship with society throughout history in the Alexander Library yesterday on the College Avenue campus.
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Erik Ohlander, a professor of religion, explained Sufism, a form of Islam, and its relationship with society throughout history in the Alexander Library yesterday on the College Avenue campus.

The Mason Gross School of the Arts opened a new building, Robert E. Mortensen Hall on Douglass campus. The building is the school’s first new construction in 18 years and houses a large movement studio, a spacious choral hall and other rehearsal rooms as well as a cafe and a bubble tea vendor.
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The Mason Gross School of the Arts opened a new building, Robert E. Mortensen Hall on Douglass campus. The building is the school’s first new construction in 18 years and houses a large movement studio, a spacious choral hall and other rehearsal rooms as well as a cafe and a bubble tea vendor.

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