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Can a Computer Code Catch Killers?

September 11, 2019
Statistics alumnus Thomas Hargrove created a computer algorithm to track serial killers. It's bringing criminals to justice—and giving peace of mind to families.
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Must Reads: Browse the CCAS Faculty Bookshelf

September 11, 2019
From profiles of Surrealist artists and Acropolis craftsmen to examinations of race and religion, CCAS faculty have authored a library of thought-provoking titles.
New York City’s Mulberry Street was a main thoroughfare for immigrant families, circa 1900.

‘Send Them Back’: An Anti-Immigrant Legacy

September 11, 2019
To History’s Tyler Anbinder, President Trump’s nativist rhetoric fits a troubling, century-old pattern in American politics: stigmatizing immigrants and minorities.