The Kennedy Political Union will not host a Wonk of the Year speaker this semester due to scheduling difficulties with Bender Arena and the previously selected speaker, KPU director Valeria Ojeda-Avitia said on April 12.Ojeda-Avitia pointed to the lack of campus venues that can hold at least 500 people as a reason for the cancellation of the event, which she said was originally set for April 10.
Every AU student knows about the big places in D.C. that everyone needs to go to like the National Mall, C & O Canal and Smithsonian Museums, but what about the places that only longtime residents know about?
Spring has sprung! If you don’t want to tan on the quad or hide in the library, venture off campus for yoga, fireworks, art, a festival or a dance party.Cherry BlossOM Yoga in the Courtyard Start your Saturday by stretching your body and soul at this free event.
For students with friends and family in town for the Easter holiday this weekend, check out these deals in the District for the ultimate brunch experience.1789At 1789, the Easter day brunch will have you dining with a special guest -- the Easter Bunny himself.
No single exhibit is the same at the AU Museum inside the Katzen Arts Center, and with over six new exhibits ranging from towering wooden structures to a redesign of the Mayan alphabet, Katzen’s spring collection is a must see.