Where the team goes, the camera goes, and where the camera goes, the cameraman goes. Kneeling next to the wrestling mat at nearly every meet, AU senior Tommy Bennett gains a unique perspective of the team, one that comes from behind the lens.
AU Student Government announced a change to the Student Conduct Code on March 3 that includes specific language on handling identity-biased attacks.The Student Conduct Code now says in Section 16 that “significant factors” in determining sanctions will include “evidence that the respondent’s conduct was motivated by bias towards an individual or group on the basis of real or perceived, race, sex, gender identity, religion, national origin, age, disability, ethnicity, veteran status, or sexual orientation.” The heads of this change were Director of the Student Advocacy Center junior Will Mascaro and Director of the Diversity and Inclusion Working Group junior Lauren Lumpkin.
Whether it’s a shortage of funds, a lack of time or simply the desire to stay in D.C. that keeps you from travelling this spring break, there are plenty of things to do to make your staycation a blast.
School of Public Affairs Dean Barbara Romzek will step down from her position, effective July 1, according to a memo released by Provost Scott Bass on Thursday.Romzek will transition to professor in the SPA Department of Public Administration and Policy.
The Latino and American Student Organization (LASO) organized a night of poetry on March 7 featuring Latino poets Elizabeth Acevedo and Carlos Andrés Goméz, in an effort to elevate the voices of people of color and increase the visibility of Latinos on AU’s campus, LASO executive board member Ariel Gomez said.