Eagle Staff Writer
Articles by Sylvia Carignan
April 18, 2011
In a photograph dated 1918, a World War I Army sergeant stands over a row of ceramic jugs and wooden barrels, lined up near a gaping hole in the ground.
April 11, 2011
The Army Corps of Engineers’ contractors were excavating World War I chemicals on the South side of campus in 2003 when they made a puzzling discovery.
Near the Child Development Center, the Army Corps unearthed the rusted frame of a four-door sedan, manufactured in the 1920s.
April 4, 2011
This story is the fifth in a series investigating World War I-era chemical weapons and equipment buried under AU’s campus and in the Spring Valley neighborhood
March 28, 2011
This story is the fourth in a series investigating World War I-era chemical weapons and equipment buried under AU’s campus and in the Spring Valley neighborhood.
March 21, 2011
While U.S. Army scientists tested chemical weapons at AU during World War I, one engineer saw it all — even the experiments gone horribly wrong.
March 14, 2011
This story is the second in a series investigating World War I-era chemical weapons and equipment buried under AU’s campus and in the Spring Valley neighborhood.
February 28, 2011
By the summer of 1917, there were 2,100 U.S. Army soldiers and officers stationed and ready for training at “Camp American University,” with thousands more to come. The new tenants transformed the campus. Before their arrival, the only structures on campus were the College of History, now known as Hurst Hall, and a half-finished McKinley Building.
June 1, 2010
The university will increase undergraduate tuition, housing and meal costs this fall. Tuition will also increase for Master of Business Administration students.
November 22, 2009
President Kerwin’s salary is “reasonable,” said Board of Trustees Chairman Gary Abramson at a town-hall-style meeting Nov. 19.
Trustee says statistics were misleading
November 4, 2009
The AU Board of Trustees disputes President Neil Kerwin’s $1.4 million salary, as The Chronicle of Higher Education reported earlier this week.
November 4, 2009
Swine flu vaccines will be available to AU students either the week of November 9 or 16 at the Student Health Center.
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