Assistant Prof. Dallas Blaney’s Politics of Developing Areas students will present their semester projects to the campus community from 2-3:20 p.m. Thursday (May 9) in Phoenix Room C of the Union. Students worked in teams to create short documentaries that examine the relationships between our lives in Green Bay and the political challenges that face developing countries. Topics range from remittances to virtual water.
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