Speaker talks Putin’s downfall

Sergei Erofeev, political science professor at Rutgers University, discusses his research "Vladamir Putin's Suicide Mission – The Rise and Fall of a Dictator" at the Campus Center on Nov 18. Erofeev has previously served as vice president for international affairs at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow. / photo by Kim Toth
Sergei Erofeev, political science professor at Rutgers University, discusses his research “Vladamir Putin’s Suicide Mission – The Rise and Fall of a Dictator” at the Campus Center on Nov 18. Erofeev has previously served as vice president for international affairs at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow. / photo by Kim Toth

Kim Toth, a junior photography major, is photography editor for the Campus Times and a staff photographer for La Verne Magazine. Her work can be found in Instagram at @kim_t_photos and @kimberlytothphotos.

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