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"Too Much to Read: Scrapbooks and How People Managed Information before the Internet."

 “Too Much to Read: Scrapbooks and How People Managed Information before the Internet."

A Costa Rican Poet talks to God and About Love

A Costa Rican Poet talks to God and About Love

"Adventures al Sur: A Recent Graduate's Work in Colombia with the Gabriel García Márquez Project"

"Adventures al Sur: A Recent Graduate’s Work in Colombia with the Gabriel García Márquez Project”

"Multilingualism and the Contemporary University"

“Multilingualism and the Contemporary University”

"Not Above the Fray: Science and American Foreign Policy since 1945"

"Not Above the Fray: Science and American Foreign Policy since 1945"

"Why Can't I Have What I Want"

"Why Can't I Have What I Want?"

10th Annual Ethnic Studies Open House

10th Annual Ethnic Studies Open House

2013 Noel Distinguished Lectures

2013 Noel Distinguished Lectures

3rd Annual Ethnic Studies & Educational Opportunity Program Graduation Celebration

3rd Annual Ethnic Studies & Educational Opportunity Program Graduation Celebration

40th Anniversary Celebration CLAS Panel Discussion

40th Anniversary Celebration CLAS Panel Discussion

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