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Athletes at private colleges, including American University, qualify as employees under federal labor law, National Labor Relations Board General Counsel Jennifer Abruzzo said in a memo on Sept. 29.
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American University required a wave of testing across four floors of three separate residence halls after two students tested positive less than one week into the fall semester, Chief Communications Officer Matthew Bennett confirmed in an email to The Eagle Friday.
Editor's note: The subheading of this story has been corrected with proper spelling of Brock's name.
Correction: This story has been updated to clarify that “very few” people could preview the information, not an unknown number.
GOP political strategist and television analyst Ana Navarro will discuss the future of the party and covering D.C. at a virtual event hosted by the Kennedy Political Union and the School of Communication on Thursday.
Update: This article has been updated to reflect a Thursday email from AUSG, stating that the event has been rescheduled.
In an email to American University leadership on Sunday, Student Government President Eric Brock formally requested that the University establish a community advisory board with oversight over the AU Police Department.
In-person classes are canceled, and the fitness centers, academic buildings, health center, dining and Bender Library will be closed Thursday due to inclement weather, the University announced via email blast and text alert Wednesday evening.
Update: This story has been updated with answers from an AU spokesperson regarding refunds and housing costs.
Update: This story will be updated regularly throughout the semester, as the University reports cases.
Following Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’s resignation in reaction to the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, the American University community condemned her legacy of “heartless policies.”
As American University postdoctoral fellow Michael R. Fisher Jr. watched news coverage of the Capitol insurrection in horror on Jan. 6, he reached a painful conclusion: This is who we are as a nation.
The few classes at American University and Washington College of Law meant to be held in-person following the beginning of the spring semester will be held online through Jan. 24 due to “security concerns,” University officials announced in an email on Tuesday.
Correction and update: This article has been corrected since it was first published to clarify that an AU-branded bus photographed transporting National Guard personnel was not previously owned by the University. It has also been updated with comments from a University-wide email sent by President Sylvia Burwell Thursday.
Fall 2021 campus housing will return to pre-pandemic levels and classes will be held in person, American University administrators wrote in an email Monday to students accepted to AU through the early decision process.
American University plans to offer a half-semester on-campus residential experience for 1,250 full-time students from March to May 2021, with priority given to freshmen, University President Sylvia Burwell announced in an email to the community on Wednesday.
Following reports that President-elect Joe Biden is considering American University President Sylvia Burwell among candidates for health secretary, Burwell said she is focused on her University efforts amid the pandemic.
Clarification and update: This story has been updated to clarify that AU challenged 13 votes over questions of qualification due to staffers’ status as either out-of-state and grant funded, paid for by a third party, acting in sometimes supervisory roles, or working in areas of the station AU does not believe create content. The union disputes the challenge. It has also been updated with a statement from a WAMU spokesperson.
American University is moving away from relying entirely on the data-driven Student Evaluations of Teaching (SETs), the end-of-course survey for feedback on class experiences, to what many faculty members say is a more holistic approach.