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    Katherine Tanner, one of seven political science majors who will present their capstones on April 24

The Political Science Capstone Presentations on International Conflict and Terrorism will be held on Wednesday, April 24 and Wednesday, May 1 from 6-8 p.m.

Day 1, April 24 Presentations:

Colin Berr, “Europe without Walls: An Analysis of the Danish Challenge to the European Union’s Open Borders”

Katherine Tanner, “Hydropolitics: Water Security in the Global System”

Lauren Jensen, “Music: An Alternative to Violent Revolutions”

Jessica Johnson, “Terrorism and Drugs: Do They Relate? A Case for Narco-Terrorism”

Katy Hayden, “State-Sponsored Terrorism versus Organized Crime: Searching for a Reparative Understanding of the Jesuit Massacre of 1989 at the University of Central America”

Zach Coats, “What Should Be Done? An Exploration of Solutions for the Resource Crisis between the U.S. and China”

Kadidiatou Magassa, “Rape, State Terrorism, or Legitimate Enforcement? A Case Study of Sudanese Government in Darfur”

All are invited to attend!