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In the News, November 13, 2018

Angela Bonnell talked about World War I-era posters on the celebration of the armistice of the “war to end all wars.”

Jess Ray and President Larry Dietz helped honor veterans at the Veterans Day ceremonies at Illinois State.

Julie Webber spoke with WBUR in Boston about the shooting in Thousand Oaks, California.

President Dietz helped to announce a $4.6 million NSF grant to boost local scholarships and research projects.

Aaron Woodruff joined local enforcement to talk about prevention in the wake of the Thousand Oaks shooting.

Kerri Milita said midterm elections showed more purple than blue.

Ali Riaz has published a commentary on the political impasse surrounding the forthcoming election in Bangladesh in The Daily Star, “Trivialization of the dialogue is not the way to go.” He was also quoted in a story in Asia News Network.

Sherri Hildebrand discusses inclusion and organizing a wheelchair tennis demonstration.

 

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