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The College of Liberal Arts’ Colloquia Series will present talks on a plethora of topics from 12:15 to 12:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout the semester in the Todd Multipurpose Room at Kreitzberg Library. The events are free and open to faculty, staff and students.

Here's the slate:

Oct. 15: Elizabeth Gurian, associate professor of criminology and criminal justice will present “Ted Kaczynski, 'The Unabomber': Serial killer, lone actor terrorist, or domestic terrorist?”

Nov. 7: Lasha Tchantouridzé, professor and director of the graduate programs in Diplomacy and International Relations will present, “A New Arms Race? The USA Withdraws from the Intermediate Nuclear Forces Treaty.”

Nov. 21: Jason F. Jagemann, associate professor of political science will present “’Supremely’ Interested? Using Google Analytics to Assess Issue Saliency about the U.S. Supreme Court.”

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