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Macalester Talks allows you to hear from a variety of people at Macalester, on subjects ranging from global warming to appearing on Jeopardy.

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Summer in the City In this episode of Macalester Talks, Professor David Lanegran, geography, talks about some of the best cities to visit - and makes a strong case for visiting the Twin Cities.listen | subscribe in iTunes | visit podcast archive

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haassListen: Richard Haass on President Obama

Now that’s he won the Nobel Peace Prize, what foreign policy challenges does President Barack Obama still face?

Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations, answered that question when he talked about President Obama's Foreign Policy Challenges. He spoke at Macalester on Oct. 23.

Haass is a foremost expert on American foreign policy.

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Listen: Who Should Live and Who Should Die?

With the national debate over health care reform at a crossroads, Macalester held an open forum about the issue. Panel Participants included:

  • Jeffrey Kahn, Director, Center for Bioethics, University of Minnesota
  • Michael Zis, Political Science, Macalester College
  • Earl Schwartz, Director of the Social Justice Program and Professor of Religion, Hamline University

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