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2 Mar, Thu, 6:00 PM

Power and Piety: The Road to Jihad

The post 9/11 narrative about Islam has been hijacked by terrorism. Some countries have seen the rise of Islamist groups who mix politics and theology. Explore the reasons why radical beliefs gained traction and how Muslims are fighting back to reclaim their faith on Power an Piety - Road to Jihad.

3 Mar, Fri, 1:00 PM

To Live: Infected

How close to death can you get and still survive? Pranom caught bird flu in her remote Thai village, in an outbreak that killed people all around her. Daw Nilar was bitten by a cobra in Myanmar and doctors raced against time to find the right anti-venom.

Concerns over heritage, CCAs as JC students digest news of mergers

Some students express concern about the future of their CCAs, or that they would lose their good reputation. 

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Upcoming Highlights

2 Mar, Thu, 6:00 PM

Power and Piety: The Road to Jihad

The post 9/11 narrative about Islam has been hijacked by terrorism. Some countries have seen the rise of Islamist groups who mix politics and theology. Explore the reasons why radical beliefs gained traction and how Muslims are fighting back to reclaim their faith on Power an Piety - Road to Jihad.

3 Mar, Fri, 1:00 PM

To Live: Infected

How close to death can you get and still survive? Pranom caught bird flu in her remote Thai village, in an outbreak that killed people all around her. Daw Nilar was bitten by a cobra in Myanmar and doctors raced against time to find the right anti-venom.