AU alum and Democratic politician Jason Kander visited campus Tuesday as part of a Kennedy Political Union and AU College Democrats event.
Kander, who is best known for his unsuccessful Missouri Senate run against incumbent Roy Blunt, began the event by talking about how the University prepared him for the world of politics and provided opportunities for him to be successful.
“I got a lot out of my experience here,” Kander said.
The women’s basketball team finished Jan. undefeated with a 67-44 win against Colgate University on Saturday in Bender Arena.
The Eagles (17-4, 10-0 PL) gradually built a 20-point lead on their opponents.
If the first two weeks of classes already has you itching to get off campus, here is what you can do this weekend to get out of the Tenleytown bubble.Murder at Midnight at the Renwick GalleryCome to the Renwick Gallery on Friday night for a chance to explore two eerie exhibits: “Murder is her Hobby,” and “The Final Stop” before they close on Sunday.