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2021 graduates’ payment information compromised after Herff Jones cyberattack

(05/17/21 3:16pm)

Shortly after graduating, the American University Class of 2021 was notified that their payment cards may have been compromised. Herff Jones, the vendor where graduates purchased their caps, gowns and other graduation attire, experienced a cyberattack resulting in fraudulent activity on some graduates’ payment account cards. 

AU Library hosts event on the prevalence of fast food outlets in communities of color

(02/06/21 6:57pm)

Fast food restaurants, like McDonald’s, are common in predominantly Black communities due to their cultural and social connotations, along with their affordability, said Marcia Chatelain, a Georgetown University professor, at a virtual University Library event Tuesday.

Winona LaDuke discusses biodiversity and renewable energy at AUSG Women’s Initiative event

(01/02/21 5:23pm)

At a Nov. 10 virtual event hosted by American University Student Government Women’s Initiative, environmentalist and Native American activist Winona LaDuke spoke about renewable energy, the future of the economy, sustainable food systems and biodiversity.