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    More than 60 Merrimack graduate students in higher education and community engagement displayed their year-long research projects in the fourth annual Graduate Capstone Colloquium.
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    The Jan. 7 terrorist attack on French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo could ultimately play a role in Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s trial in federal court, according to Merrimack associate professor of criminology Thomas Nolan. Attorneys for the prosecution and defense could use the Charlie Hebdo attack in comparison to Tsarnaev, showing how similar or dissimilar he is to the Kouachi brothers in, Nolan said. Media comparisons to the two terrorist attacks could also be used as grounds for an appeal.
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    “I wanted to help my community in a deeper way.”
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    Tom Nolan wanted an extra cache of expertise, so after a 27-year career as a Boston police officer and seven years as a professor at Boston University he joined the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties.
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    Caraline Moholland, M.Ed. ’13, an alumni of the Higher Education Fellowship program, flew south to Virginia Tech after graduation to start a new journey.

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