This article originally appeared in The Eagle's Feb. 24, 2017 special edition.Following a year-long search, Chairman of AU’s Board of Trustees Jack Cassell announced in January that former Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell will become AU’s next president.
This article originally appeared in The Eagle's Feb. 24, 2017 special edition. Dr. Gail Hanson will retire from her post as Vice President of Campus Life in March, leaving behind 20 years of leadership at AU, and what her colleagues describe as a legacy of vision, dedication, composure and an uncanny sense of humor.
A petition for free menstrual products for AU students, using the hashtag #Lady&theTamp, has been gaining traction online in recent weeks.The petition, created by CAS junior Shannon Exley, began on Feb.
This article originally appeared in The Eagle's Feb. 24, 2017 special edition.On April 27, 1989, students across the People’s Republic of China took to the streets in an act of defiance against the repressive totalitarian government under which they lived.
AU Ph.D alumna Davina Durgana has received a spot on this year’s “Forbes 30 Under 30" list in the science category.Forbes “30 Under 30” list is compiled of people younger than 30 years old that are “the brightest young entrepreneurs, innovators and game changers.” Durgana is mentioned in the list’s science category and is 28 years old.Durgana, who graduated in 2015 from AU created a statistical model, called the Human Vulnerability Diagnostic Tool (HVDT), that tracks human trafficking and its vulnerabilities around the world.
This article originally appeared in The Eagle's February 24 special edition.During a bright and sunny day on the quad last spring, a group of students began to sing a cappella, smiles spread across their faces.