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New York City’s Mulberry Street was a main thoroughfare for immigrant families, circa 1900.

‘Send Them Back’: An Anti-Immigrant Legacy

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

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Can a Computer Code Catch Killers?

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

From profiles of Surrealist artists and Acropolis craftsmen to examinations of race and religion, CCAS faculty have authored a library of thought-provoking titles.

 

Archaeologists study the sediments at the Bokol Dora site. Stones were placed on the contact surface during the excavation to preserve the fragile stratigraphic contacts.

Uncovering Ancient Stone Tools in Ethiopia

Anthropology’s David Braun joined an archaeological team in Ethiopia that discovered the oldest evidence of stone tool production, dating back more than 2.58 million years.

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Alumni Unicorns Spell Business Magic

Do you believe in magic? For four Columbian College alumni "Unicorn" entrepreneurs, bright business ideas led to startups that topped $1 billion in valuation.

 


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