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Klinkner Interviewed by Buffalo News
Philip Klinkner, James S. Sherman Associate Professor of Government was interviewed about Senator Clinton's role in the Democratic party. More ...
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Political Cartoonist Steve Brodner will speak at Emerson Gallery
The Emerson Gallery is hosting a gallery talk with Steve Brodner, satirical illustrator and political cartoonist, on Thurs., Dec. 5, at 8 p.m. in the Chemistry Auditorium followed by a reception in the gallery. Brodner's talk is in conjunction with the exhibition of the political cartoons of 19th century artist Thomas Nast. The exhibit, presentation, and reception are free and open to the public. More ...
Cheng Li Quoted by SifyNews
This article, which quotes Cheng Li, China expert and professor of government, focused on the Communist Party meeting, discussed a likely leadership change, as well as a set of modernised ideas that could profoundly alter the party's nature and mission. More ...
de Swaan's Image Used for McCartney CD
An image by Lecturer in Art Sylvia deSwaan, originally used as a poster for a Paul McCartney album,(Venus & Mars, 1975) has been reprinted in the CD and recently in a book "Wingspan" published by Bullfinch Press. More ...
Asbury Park Sunday Article Interviews Wu and Bradfield
Professor of Economics Steven Wu and Professor James Bradfield were recently interviewed for an article pertaining to the current market slump and how it affects all Americans, not just those who are invested in the stock market. The poor economy, according to Wu, is a reflection of the nation’s collective view on the current economy; “a lot of this is all about expectations and psychology, and not much more than that.” Bradfield added that the poor market conditions are swaying companies away from raising money to invest in their operations by selling stock shares of their own company; the tight market does not allow for companies to take such risks currently. More ...
Cheng Li Contributes to Media Reports as China Party Picks New Leaders
The Chinese 16th Party Congress is meeting in Beijing where it will select the next generations of leaders. Professor of Government and Woodrow Wilson Fellow Cheng Li participated in a press conference at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., appeared on two BBC news broadcasts and was interviewed for a Reuters story about this next generation of Chinese leaders. Li is the author of China's Leaders: The New Generation. More ...
Operation Christmas Child Drive Underway
The annual Operation Christmas Child toy drive for needy children is now underway. Donations can be dropped off at Beinecke Student Activities Village, any weekday between noon and 1:30 p.m., through Friday, November 15. Bring shoe boxes, toys, gifts, clothing articles, monetary donations and anything else! Donate a single item, or donate only boxes! Operation Christmas Child is co-sponsored by InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and La Vanguardia. More ...
Cheng Li Quoted in AP Story
Hamilton Government Professor Cheng Li is quoted in an Associated Press article, "Fresh Crop Takes China's Leadership," about the new leaders soon to take over in China. "This will be the least dogmatic generation," Li said. "They will be more flexible, and bolder in terms of reform." More ...
Cheng Li Quoted by Agence France Presse
This article quotes Cheng Li, China expert and government professor, focused on Hu Jintao, who is currently vice president and will become president in March. More ...
Metropolitan NY Alumni Association Event
Join the Metropolitan New York Alumni Association for a reception with President Gene Tobin on Wednesday, November 13, 2002 at the Princeton Club of New York. Hors d'oeuvres and open bar included. More ...
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